Since I was a teenager I’ve always had stories in my head. I knew then and I know now that I should have became a writer long ago. I did some writing but nothing consistent. Therefore, my stories are still at bay. I never really knew how to start a story or if anyone would even like them. This of course caused me to procrastinate. But, now in my full adulthood I believe it is time because my thoughts and imagination have never stopped running wild. Even with that being said the first story i have to tell is my own. The most important one is my own. My testimony I believe may help others. Also my stubborn manner may be positive as well cause I don’t believe in quitting. Yes I get down and discouraged but I pick myself up everytime. No matter how tired I am I keep going. This is one of the things in my testimony that I believe will help more people than I can imagine. Honestly I would love to be a famous author but at the same token if helping people get through their day a little easier or uplifting someone to stay motivated and to keep fighting is my only outcome then, I have served my purpose. I will continue to tell my story, my incite and my positive stubborn behavior with anyone willing to read or listen. I also encourage everyone to think about sharing what you have over come. It may save someone’s life and/or make the world a little brighter.
Published by Keysha Sawyer
My name is Keysha. I'm in the medical professional and I'm a single mom of two wonderful children. I'm also a writer. In my 20's I was a poet. However, when my children were younger it was hard to write but now that they are teens it is time to get back to my passions which are writing and trying to help people. View all posts by Keysha Sawyer