“You know when I was a freshman I wasn’t a very good person … And over the last four years I’ve been forced to grow up. I stopped letting boys define me, and I started believing in myself and in my potential… and somewhere along the way, the lost little party girl became the girl on the wall of honour. I know what I did was wrong, I know, but the girl I was when I came here, I’m not so sure she would have. And isn’t that the point of high school? I mean isn’t that what you’ve been trying to teach us for the last four years?”
I love you, but we go days without having a meaningful conversation, and I used to miss you so much when that happened, but it never seemed like you missed me… And because of it, I stopped missing you.
She was fiercely independent. Brooke Davis. Brilliant and beautiful and brave. In two years, she’d grown more than anyone I had ever known. Brooke Davis is going to change the world someday, and I’m not sure she even knows it.
Lucas Scott (Brooke Davis, reading excerpt from “An Unkindness of Ravens”), One Tree Hill, Season 4 Ep. 21