Hello old friends, new followers, and fellow bloggers- I am super excited to share that today I released a poetry book entitled, “For Him, For Them & For Myself.” It is my first published work and it’s available on Amazon! I just wanted to say thank you to each of you. Those of you who…
“As his face filled my mind this morning, I wasn’t filled with regret but rather a sense of gratitude. I am grateful that I came to the place that I loved myself enough to walk away. I am grateful that I loved myself enough to speak up, to demand more, to require truth and honesty in my relationships. I love myself enough to look past the words and check ones’ actions. Having boundaries, creating a standard is evidence of self-love and I won’t accept the doctrine of anyone who argues otherwise. Loves, may you come to the place where you love yourself more than mere company! “©Simone Holloway, 2020.
“The internet requires men to do so much for relationships. He must text you good morning each morning, he must pay for dates, he must support every idea you ever had in your entire lifetime, he must be willing to be uncomfortable in meeting your family, he must be willing to eat what you eat, he has to workout the way that you workout, and he must be close to perfection – bringing and buying flowers at every single moment. Not one meme said, “Sis, if he’s sharing his dreams and goals with you, he’s a keeper!” Goals and dreams are not really romantic. They are practical.” ©️Simone Holloway, 2020
“When I think about Him, I am more gracious. When I think about Him, I am more merciful. When my mind is placed upon Him, I am more loving. I am more focused when I place my attention upon Jesus.”©Simone Holloway, 2020.
“One of my favorite passages of scripture is the shortest one in the book. John 11: 35 simply says, “Jesus wept.” I love this verse because it shows a savior in touch with the human condition: pain. He wept. He allowed himself to feel grief and at that moment, tears streamed down his face like a river. He’s the friend that will sit with you and cry.”©Simone Holloway, 2020.
Hello old friends, new followers, and fellow bloggers- Happy Monday! We are in month two of Quarantine-mania. I hope you all are well, safe and sound. STAY HOME!!! I cannot express that enough… please, I love you guys and I want for you and your families to be safe. That being said, I thought it…
“I think that is what love does though: it confronts our prejudices and biases. Love calls us out on our crap and reminds us that there is so much more in life than what we’ve experienced. The more we love others, the more we come to love so many different things.”©Simone Holloway, 2020.
What would our world look like if we made each day count? If we took nothing for granted? Would we say we loved each other more? Would we hug each other a little bit tighter? Would we hold on a little bit longer? ©Simone Holloway, 2020.
“It’s a lot going on but here’s the truth: there’s a lot of good happening too. “©Simone Holloway, 2020.
“Throughout my creative journey, I have found myself the most creative in the wee hours of the morning, before the sun is up. While the world is sleeping soundly, I am dreaming with my eyes wide open creating and strategizing for the future. I think this the life of an artist, to do things a little different from their peers – to dream with one’s eyes wide open.”©Simone Holloway, 2020.
Hello old friends, new followers, and fellow bloggers- Happy Friday! Do you have a favorite album? One that you can listen to from start to finish every single time? I have a list of ten favorite albums, all significant, speaking to a particular period of time in my life. I can remember where I was…
“I remember thinking that to desire thoughtfulness and intentionality in my love relationships was to desire too much. For the longest, I was in love-relationships that did the bare minimum. They did not exude any type of effort and was not willing to go the extra mile, yet they professed with confidence that they loved me. That my dears is not love. Love is thoughtful and intentional.”©Simone Holloway, 2020.