“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.
” I don’t know about you all, but I feel like we live in a world where we are always asked to supply answers to questions that we simply don’t have the answer to. For example, “How long will you be single?”; “When are you going to have some kids?”; “Girl, why you ain’t got a boyfriend?; “Girl, when are you getting married?” In my heart I want to scream, “I DON’T KNOW, DO I LOOK LIKE GOD?” but on the outside, I smile gracefully and say, “I don’t know. I’ll let you know when I find out.” I’m not going to let them know… I’m going to make all my announcements after the fact on social media. My family will find out about my life choices when the world finds out. Trifling? Yeah, I know. “
@moreloveletters and I are writing letters to spread holiday cheer to those in need- will you join us? #MLL #12daysMLL #moreloveletters
Hello all- I pray that each of you have a fabulous Thanksgiving filled with family, friends, laughter and endless joy. I love each of you and I’m truly grateful that you all chose to journey through life with me! Thank you so much, Simone
Hello old friends, new followers and fellow bloggers- For many the holidays suck! I think it’s a time when people truly realize the depth of their loneliness. As a single woman, I am more aware of my singleness around the holidays. I go home, sit with family and friends and see the stark contrast of…
“So they are no longer two, but one flesh. Therefore what God has joined together, let no one separate.” Matt. 19:6
For it is my belief, that the day this sweet baby boy came to the world- the world was changed forever. Jesus came to change the world. He came to bring hope and to bring love to the outsiders. He came to bring joy to the depressed, to rescue those who were hanging on by a wing and a prayer. He came for broken people, for those that people gave up on, for those that were deemed to be unlovable.
God is good and celebrations reflect His goodness towards mankind.
Fathers are necessary, life-changing important aspects to any child’s life; and their presence affects the outcome of their child’s relationships.
May you find your living love letter….