Cinderella Story Quotes

Quotes tagged as "cinderella-story" (showing 1-9 of 9)
Babe Ruth
“Never allow the fear of striking out keep you from playing the game!”
Babe Ruth

Susan Elizabeth Phillips
“The Cinderella story in reverse. I only wish there were ashes in the fireplace so I could order you to sweep them out.”
Susan Elizabeth Phillips, Ain't She Sweet

“We all want to feel like the most beautiful woman in the room, to be chosen and loved forever. The Cinderella story gives us hope of our impossible dreams becoming true.”
Beth M Jones

Gita V. Reddy
“I am sure when Cinderella went to that ball, she took a great deal more pleasure in outsmarting her stepmother than in the carriage and the ball dress and the glass slippers.”
Gita V. Reddy, Cinderella's Escape

Beth Moore Jones
“We all want to feel like the most beautiful girl in the room, to be chosen and loved forever. The Cinderella story gives us hope of our impossible dreams becoming true.”
Beth Moore Jones, The Cinderella Story: The Power of Shoes

H.L. Balcomb
“We mature not by years, but by stories…" from Cinderella In Focus:Cindy's Secret”
H.L. Balcomb

David Clawson
“I admit, I bear my share of the responsibility for their getting it all wrong, so I guess I’m just going to tell this story as if you knew nothing, because, in reality, even if you read every single article published up to the moment of the big announcement, about the truth, you do know nothing.”
David Clawson, My Fairy Godmother Is a Drag Queen

Elizabeth D. Marie
“Often, we speak too hastily. We claim ideals and embrace images and dreams of fantasy. We make promises without thinking about the consequences.”
Elizabeth D. Marie, Chasing Cinders

J.A. Ironside
“My love, a person is better judged by how they treat their inferiors than their betters. That is the true measure of a man, or a woman. Think you that you are so far above Lata?"

"If I am to be your wife then I shall be far above her and she had better do as she is told if she wants to stay employed here!"

"I've ruined you. My poor little mango seller." Nadir let go of my wrist and stepped away, his face hardening. "You shall not be my wife if you cannot treat people with the respect they not only deserve, but earn every day by working so hard for it!"

'Mangoes”
J.A. Ironside, Reading is Magic