March 29, 2013

Impossible Things Are Happening Everyday

It's the end of the school year, I am anxiously awaiting my RA's to come in and do my white glove. I am anxiously awaiting leaving this dorm and never returning to dorm life again. I am excited for what the future holds though, and knowing God has it in his hands offers some extreme comfort for me right now.
Yes that's how I started my
sophomore year of college. Tan,
excited and ready to take on the
world and everything that
comes with it.
It's hard to believe a whole year has gone by. I can't wait to recap it in a later post. As well as a post needs to just be dedicated to my spring break alone. Or my breaks... fall break was pretty unimaginable as well. I have been extremely blessed this year thinking of how I have come along. This semester alone as well. I have made such amazing friends and I have the best support system in the whole WORLD. 
Did I mention I have a
super awesome Refuse To Sink
ticket mason jar for inspiration?
Looking back at this year there is so much I could say but I will sum it up in one statement. (As more pictures and memories will be provided shortly)
                  Dwell In Possibilities. 

-- Brooklyn

The Night Is Bitter

"the stars have lost their glitter, the great beginning has seen the final ending..."

WOW! What a crazy intense time it's been... in short these years and especially this week has been about finding goals and dreams. I have always been the girl afraid of having a dream and this whole time it wasn't even what I wanted. Well I can gladly say that it won't be me. At the same time am I even sure I know what I want. This year has 
been about me finding out what I want to do with the rest of my life, and drum roll please... I have finally figured it out... acting. Now with all these discoveries there's another thing on my mind the other goals... the goals little girls have growing up after reading fairytale books. The I am going to grow up fall in love with this amazing idea of what my prince is going to look like and end up living happily ever after with millions kids. Okay haha maybe not that many but you know six year olds they have this idea of how everything will be when you're older. And now reality... reality sets in and my fairytale may be nothing like six year old me imagined. 

Not saying I can't have a man in my life, but that my focus has to be on acting and glorifying God through that. So here's to the future of Brooke and acting! 

Manhattan I've Prepared For You. 

-- Brooklyn
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