There’s More

“And just when, just when you feel like there is nothing left to give, that well springs up again spouting forth something new and something good.” ©Simone Holloway, 2018

Oozing With Words

Hello old friend, new followers and fellow bloggers-  I wish I could say that I’ve always had the right words to say, or that I was always confident to speak my heart, but that is not the case.  I remember times, having so much to say but not knowing exactly how to translate my pain. …

Things We Learn From Movies….

Hello old friends, new followers, and fellow bloggers- Have you ever watched a movie, invested in it and then at the end was left disappointed? Literally, my life ten minutes ago.  I checked out a new film, invested two hours and fifteen minutes into the film, but by the time I got to the end I…

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Hello old friends, new followers, and fellow bloggers– Happy Thursday! It’s a wonderful day filled with reflection and revelation for what’s next.  Here are a few updates before we dive on in:  1) I’m a rising 3L – this law school journey is almost over and it’s time to go out with a BANG! 2)…

Jack of All Trades

For a long time in my life, I thought I had to live within separate personalities: the intellectual and the creative.  It was as if I could not reconcile between my known trait of intelligence and all of my hidden creative gifts. ©Simone Holloway, 2018

What If We Were Honest?

“But what if, for a moment, we were truly honest?  Honest with ourselves, honest with each other and honest with God. ” ©Simone Holloway, 2018

Getting Through…

Keep moving, cry if you must, be angry, feel and watch God carry you through even this.  Once you get to the other side, you cease to remember the pain it took to get there. Keep moving, cry if you must, be angry, feel and watch God carry you through even this.  Once you get to the other side, you cease to remember the pain it took to get there. Keep moving, cry if you must, be angry, feel and watch God carry you through even this.  Once you get to the other side, you cease to remember the pain it took to get there. ©Simone Holloway, 2018