Cloud Nine Quotes

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Hannah Harrington
“I guess that’s the thing about riding on cloud nine—it can’t last forever. And that particular fall was hard and fast.”
Hannah Harrington, Speechless

Erik Tomblin
“When your stomach turns somersaults every time you see your love interest, when you can go without eating for half a day because you can't think of anything else, and when the sound of her voice blocks out every possible distraction each time you hear it...then logic's role becomes a very minor one.”
Erik Tomblin, The Space Between

Richelle E. Goodrich
“There would be no cloud-nine days without rock-bottom moments left below.”
Richelle E. Goodrich, Making Wishes: Quotes, Thoughts, & a Little Poetry for Every Day of the Year

Oche Otorkpa
“In their quest to hit cloud Nine, our young men and women in
their prime are gradually finding themselves on ground Zero,
emotionally battered, academically bankrupt and medically
paralyzed.”
Oche Otorkpa, The Unseen Terrorist

“You resting your head tenderly on my shoulders while we sit below the old Oak tree. And we smile at each other and gaze lovingly at the fascinating sunset over the hills. This moment makes me feel completely alive as if we have reached not just cloud nine or ten but also cloud infinity!”
Avijeet Das

Susan Wiggs
“The girls watched them, whispering among themselves. Rosa didn't miss the looks they shot at Alex- adoring, possessive looks. She felt an awkward moment coming on.
"Hey, Alexander," said the prettiest, blondest one of all, "let's go over to my place. My parents are gone for the day."
He looked at them, then over at Rosa. She wanted to die, completely die. She never should have come here, never should have agreed to meet him in town. They were from two different worlds, and unless they were alone, they made no sense together.
"Thanks, Portia, but I can't," he said with a grin. "I'm busy." With that, he brushed the sand off his arms and chest and walked over to Rosa. "Ready?" he said.
Behind her, Linda sighed audibly.
"Completely," Rosa said.”
Susan Wiggs, Summer by the Sea