Another photo of the ocean as my last post for this year.
2018 was certainly my year of breakdowns and breakthroughs. There were a lot of days where I found myself staring at the horizon, getting lost in my own world, and realizing a lot of things after. In most days, I always felt I needed sand between my toes to make me feel something or the sea breeze and the beaming sunlight touching my skin. Indeed, I felt something. And as I close this chapter of my book, I hope and pray for better days not only for me, but for all of us where we could not only grasp the thought of being able to feel, but to actually feel things.
Aboard on the ship maneuvered by no other captain but me, I continue to explore the vast sea of uncertainty. Sweeping realizations that I discover on my own and as well as with others, ones and other truths that I hope to continue to embrace in the coming year.
The wide ocean may be just the ocean for some, but perhaps for most of us, it's the greatest escape all of us could ever run to. And for that, I am forever grateful. Thank you 2018, Happy New Year y'all! 💛✨ #adobelightroom #cameranijuan #juanadventures #yearender