Kathleen L. Holloway
Published 9:48 am Saturday, January 29, 2011
NAME: Kathleen L. Holloway
OCCUPATION AND TITLE: Director, Oak Grove Baptist Church preschool
SPOUSE’S NAME: Rev. Leslie L. Holloway Jr.
CHURCH AFFILIATION: Oak Grove Baptist Church, Wakefield
IF I COULD CHANGE MY NAME, I’D MAKE IT: Sally because I joke with people and tell them that’s my name anyway.
PET I’D LIKE TO OWN: A fish in a big aquarium
PEOPLE SAY I LOOK LIKE: $1 million because of my smile
FAVORITE MOVIE OF ALL TIME: “It’s a Wonderful Life”
TV SHOW I NEVER MISS: “Wheel of Fortune”
THE SECRET TO HAPPINESS IS: Being happy
I WISH I KNEW HOW TO: Sing
IF I COULD EAT ONLY THREE FOODS FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE, THEY’D BE: Baked chicken, Special K almond cereal and scalloped potatoes
THREE WORDS THAT BEST DESCRIBE ME: Honest, sincere and saved
ONE SUPERPOWER I WISH I HAD: To help everyone be saved
BOOK CURRENTLY ON MY NIGHTSTAND: The Bible
MY PROUDEST ACHIEVEMENT: Graduating within four years from the University of Maryland
MY MOST HUMBLING MOMENT: Realizing I could love my enemy
MY MOST RECENT TRIP: To Smithfield, N.C., with my husband, spending quality time with him and shopping
MY LIFE WON’T BE COMPLETE UNTIL: I make it to Heaven
MY FRIENDS THINK I’M: Bold
I REALLY LOSE MY COOL WHEN: Now, I don’t lose my cool for anything
FAVORITE COLLEGE SPORTS TEAM: University of Maryland Terrapins
FAVORITE PRO SPORTS TEAM: Washington Redskins
FAVORITE COLOR: I don’t really have a favorite color – I like a combination of colors.
THE BEST LIFE LESSON I’VE LEARNED AND WHO TAUGHT ME: To look beyond others’ faults and see their needs; that is the need to be loved. My husband taught me.
BEST DECISION I’VE MADE IN LIFE: To serve the Lord
LOCAL CHARITABLE OR NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION I WISH MORE PEOPLE WOULD SUPPORT: Now that we have a preschool at church, that would be a first. Second would be the Waverly Health and Rehabilitation Center, where I volunteer.
WHAT GIVES ME THE BLUES: When other people don’t recognize they are blessed
MY BEST CHILDHOOD MEMORY: Going to the Laundromat and shopping on Saturday morning with my mother