Last year, I finished off my first year of blogging on Dreaming of Guatemala by showcasing the photos I took of the sky in 2017. It was a beautiful way to wrap up a year full of so many wonderful memories, because one of my absolute favorite things to do is photograph the sky.
It doesn’t matter what day it is, what time of day it is, or what’s going on at that point in my life. If I’m outside, I look up from time to time. Sometimes I smile, sometimes I stare at the cloud formations, and sometimes I whip out my phone and capture some of the most extravagant sights I’ve ever seen.
In my final blog post of 2018, I’ll be doing the same thing I did last year: sharing the skies I experienced in these last twelve months.
In 2018, I rejoiced, mourned, celebrated, and cried under these skies. 2018 was a tumultuous (bet you didn’t know how to spell that – I didn’t!) year that I will certainly never forget. The Lord stayed by my side through experiences I never would have dreamed of having, and in His strength, I came out stronger on the other side every single time.
I am a better person because of what I went through in 2018. Even though it’s tempting to look back and loathe the difficulties and trials, I know that those things happened for my good, even when it hurt. The Lord taught me more about myself through everything I experienced, lessons I could not have learned had the year been easy and burden-free. ❤
Now, let’s look at some skies!
A Year Of Skies
Thank you for following along on my blogging journey in 2018. It doesn’t matter how long you’ve been reading Dreaming of Guatemala – I appreciate your support!
Here’s to the next year of blogging. ❤ See you in 2019!