A few months ago I received a Juniper bonsai as a gift from my dad. I was told that it's 4-5 years old. Up until maybe a month or so it looked good. I'm trying to figure out what I did wrong to make it look so gloomy. It's currently summer here in California so I've been watering it about twice a week and misting it here and there throughout the week. I'm thinking it was the amount of sunlight it needs. I keep it indoors in my room which is fairly dark majority of the day since my room gets really stuffy and hot during summer and I have a pet rabbit that doesn't do well in heat so I keep the blinds closed to keep it somewhat cooler during summer. I would put it outside about two times a week after I watered it. Most leaves are now becoming sharp and crisp and will fall off easily if messed with but there's also some newly sprouted ones towards the tips of the branches. Is there any hope for my little bonsai and does anyone have any tips to help it perk up a bit? I've added some photos if that helps. My phone didn't want to fully focus properly so if any additional photos are needed I can take some more. Thanks!