Brooke Davis Appreciation Week » Day 3: Favorite Season I realize I let company matter too much. You know, we spend all this time building something up, And then we don’t enjoy it. We just sit there, terrified that someone is gonna take it away from us.
Oh, that’s fine mother.. roll your eyes. But hear me when I say to you that today was the last time you will ever call me stupid. Or speak to me the way that you did. I love you, mom. But if you can’t accept this, the decision I’ve made, then I won’t visit you. And you are not to visit me. Not for my wedding, not ever again. What comes next is up to you.
“Do you know what my mother said to me when I told her I wanted to start a company? She said your chances are one in a million. And I said maybe I’m that one, and she said you’re not. And she was wrong. And whatever she thought she saw in me, was wrong. Because I am one in a million. And there is a child out there who has something so special inside of them but who’s life is so miserable because they think that nobody wants them. And I could be great mother to that child, no matter their age or race or sex. I could help them find what makes them special. And if you can’t see that then you’re wrong, just like my mother, so why don’t you go ahead and write that down?”