“I thought I trusted God. I did. I thought I understood His love for me, this notion that because He loves me He wouldn’t leave me without. Yet, my heart became increasingly full of fear and anxiety wrapped me in a bear hug as to say “Welcome Home!” Even in the midst of my perceived weakness, He never changed. He loved me with a steadfast love.” ©Simone Holloway, 2018
“I still cannot forget about you. /Trust me, I tried. /I stood in the mirror and lied, /said that I didn’t love you anymore. “©Simone Holloway, 2018
“I was created because God wanted someone to love. “©Simone Holloway, 2018
“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
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… Read more “Things We Learn From Movies….”
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… Read more “21”
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
Hello old friends, new followers, and fellow bloggers- Good evening. Tonight’s post was hard to write, for it forced me to face another level of vulnerability within… Read more “Was It Worth It?”
I stand on love’s cliff and the wind beckons me to the sky.
Either I will sink or swim- but first I must fly!
“People are fallible, they will fail us. They will disappoint us, we cannot expect people to rock with us forever. Some might say this is a very negative concept, or one shared by a pessimist- but I refuse to engage in this false hope that those around me are incapable of hurting me, in fact it is the people that are closest to you that hurt you the most.” ©Simone Holloway, 2017