Quotes from It's Raining Cupcakes

Lisa Schroeder ·  208 pages

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“I journeyed to a place where it's always raining cupcakes. I didn't need a passport, but I met a lot of interesting people and experienced new things. Even though the trip was a little bumpy, I got there just fine.”
― Lisa Schroeder, quote from It's Raining Cupcakes


“I journeyed to a place where it’s always raining cupcakes. I didn’t need a passport, but I met a lot of interesting people and experienced new things. Even though the trip was a little bumpy, I got there just fine.”
― Lisa Schroeder, quote from It's Raining Cupcakes


“Then she said good night and headed to her room.”
― Lisa Schroeder, quote from It's Raining Cupcakes


“There are so many places I want to visit. When I’m a flight attendant, I can visit the Grand Canyon one day and be in Hawaii the next. I can’t imagine a more perfect job. —IB We”
― Lisa Schroeder, quote from It's Raining Cupcakes


“Food brings people together. All over the world, people gather together and eat. In America, churches have potlucks and neighborhoods have barbecues. I like that about America. —IB My”
― Lisa Schroeder, quote from It's Raining Cupcakes



“I bet it’s scary sometimes, traveling in a new place. But you take along maps and a cell phone, and you know help is there if   you need it. —IB”
― Lisa Schroeder, quote from It's Raining Cupcakes


“I’ve heard walking down a busy sidewalk in New York is like swimming in a sea of people. I love to swim and I love people, so of course I would love New York! —”
― Lisa Schroeder, quote from It's Raining Cupcakes


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