Kelly Rogers

Writer focused on fiction for middle-aged women with spunk

Quit

I have so many reasons to quit writing.

I have people depending on me.

I love my job, the people, and I want to keep growing.

I want to keep growing my children and my marriage, too.

My waistline is growing, and I want to exercise more.

I can’t wish more hours into a day.

With each passing hour of a day, there are 60 minutes in which I did not accomplish enough of my musts.

Why must it always be so hard?

It’s so hard, I want to quit writing…but I don’t.

I write because I love creating stories where women don’t quit.

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