I haven’t been posting here much, and for that I can’t seem to find a reason to. I probably have a lot going in my mind that I’m not able to write here – all these things that are really difficult to say.
But I’d like to go back – relive and realize all these things that I’ve wrote and how I may have changed throughout this journey. The other day, I celebrate my 20th birthday, and a few months from now, it will be three years since I started writing on this blog.
I’ve learned a lot, and am learning still. I’ll just keep at it, and keep going.
I am considering renaming my site from Greyskeil Rainbow to Lightyoke, a word inspired by the verse Matthew 11:30 (“For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.”). The word has been in my heart for quite some time and I think it’s time for a change after 2 years of blogging.
The blog has went through a lot of changes for the past 2 years and I really like the experience I’ve had in blogging. Just now, I feel like it just now lacks direction, and I don’t feel as motivated as I used to.. and a site rename could possibly remedy this.
Thank you for reading my blog!
I will be deleting some posts, and moving them to a new art blog dedicated entirely to artwork. I will also be fixing broken photo links, adding new ones and editing old posts, and will do my best to write more and take more photos.
The journey isn’t over yet, and for most of this past few months I wasn’t really as inspired as I should be. But I know enough to see how much the sun shines brightly on me.
And, well…God loves you. Always remember that. :)
Key to sucessfully living the Christian life!
The above link is a post I’ve found in WordPress that I could relate to. And something that I am still opening my heart to. I’m sure you will relate to it as well.
On a side note, I have a lot more plans for Greyskeil Rainbow, so I hope you guys stay tuned! I’m sure God has plans for this blog, too. By the way…time sure runs fast…and I’m turning 18 soon. Well, that’s really weird. I pray that this blog would grow, as I grow in the presence of the Lord throughout the months and years to come.
For everyone who has submitted their feedbacks about the blog, thank you so much.