There is a quaint satisfaction of growing up in a town where nothing really ever happens, then going to college where it seems as though everything happens every day. And when I come back to this town after being at school for breaks I realize how boring it truly is, and yet I am satisfied by the biggest thing happening being the convenience store I rode my bike to with my childhood friends closing, or the local grocery finally getting a liquor license. Why am I satisfied by a convenience store where I have so many memories closing you ask? Because it shows me that in a boring town where nothing changes or happens, the small things actually do have an impact on everyone. That to me is just very cool.