“yet I’ve escaped the Ferris wheel. /my inward carnival is out of business, /and the havoc of the Topsy-turvy, up and down- has stopped.” ©Simone Holloway, 2018
You are enough.
You are allowed to be different.
Who you are is just as significant as anyone else.
©Simone Holloway, 2018
Even some of you, my friends, I watched you hit a glass ceiling with creativity as your posts began to be more prolonged and your woes more apparent. I have great news… I believe that the year coming is the year for the creatives! It’s going to be a year of renewed vision, more innovative ideas, and just a stream of creative output. It’s the age of the Creative!
©Simone Holloway, 2017
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!
@moreloveletters and I are writing letters to spread holiday cheer to those in need- will you join us? #MLL #12daysMLL #moreloveletters
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,
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. … Read more “#moreloveletters”
“To tell you the truth, some individuals just want the security of a held hand. There is something so intimate, careful yet secure about having your hand held by the one you love and the one who loves you.”©Simone Holloway, 2017
“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
” Friends, the tables turned and the Father began to point the light on me and where I was in this faith walk with Him. He began to challenge me! He flashed the light on my hypocrisy- how could I sing of his goodness and not believe he was good? How could I testify of his power and not believe his power is applicable in my life? How could I speak of his impartiality, yet believe that he was being partial in my circumstance? God came for my hypocrisy- he challenged my faux faith. In the end to not believe in myself, is to not believe at all!” ©Simone Holloway, 2017