continuing the journey
through a daunting world
Five years ago, I took this photo at beautiful Bryce Canyon National Park in southern Utah, USA, along the Queens Garden hiking trail. I was still able to hike at that time, at least on the less difficult trails.
This is the photo I used in my first posting to introduce this blog. I created this blog almost two years ago as part of my healing process through many, many health issues, debilitating and including widespread chronic pain. (I’ve explained some of these in my other health blog.) It is a much-needed therapeutic way to explore my own creativity, whatever may arise, with a primary goal to help me heal, and a secondary hope to develop and improve artistically.
Last week the number of followers on this blog reached and surpassed 1,000! I never imagined this would happen when I started blogging, but more importantly, I am encouraged and appreciate that many have found my blog worthy of following, commenting, liking, or even just visiting. It does help with the healing. Thank you very much!
I am still on the journey through several health issues, and I don’t know yet what is on the other side. Perhaps I will be able to hike a trail like the Queens Garden Trail again. But in the meantime, Soul-Searching is still applicable.
This photo is for the Wild Weekly Photo Challenge where we are encouraged to take you along on a hike.
This is also for the “Tagged” letter challenge (letter “S”) by Frizztext, (“S” is for Soul Searching.)