January-February: Worked on my first winter-time exterior movie. Learned that my winter gear is woefully inadequate. Also learned to never get talked into working for a flat rate again. Always charge hourly.
March-April: Worked on the worst film set ever conceived by man, and made ridiculously good money. Realized I was selling my moral standards. Had ptsd for months following.
May: Went to Las Vegas for the first time. Managed to play the same $40 for the whole trip by winning back what I lost.
June-July-August: Played a whole lot of Overwatch. Realized that trying to be competitive at it was making me a worse person.
September-October: Worked on a local TV show with a lot of great people. Safe work environment, great cast, great crew, and I didn't want to leave at the end. All movies should feel like this to work on.
November-December: Started a temp job doing Data entry. Not the most enthralling, but it's a paycheque.
Driving, actually. When I was a kid, we lived a ways away from the family, so we would spend a good chunk of our Christmas driving to go to their houses, to the point where I not only don't mind the drive but am much happier doing it.
It doesn't necessarily have to be a Christmas themed game, just a game that always comes to mind during the holidays. For me, it's Smash Bros. Melee. I remember getting it for Christmas, and my sister and I played the hell out of it (and I could not defeat her for the longest time. ).
Not when you consider Disney gave us Bambi's mom getting shot, Frollo going on a racist crusade, Clayton being lynched quite vividly, and dozens of off-screen parental deaths, just to name a few. If anything, Kingdom Hearts is tame by comparison.