Famous Quotes & Sayings

Little Minnesota Quotes & Sayings

Enjoy reading and share 8 famous quotes about Little Minnesota with everyone.

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Pinterest Share on Linkedin

Little Minnesota Quotes By Anna Wintour

I'd just been on a trip to Minnesota, where I can only kindly describe most of the people I saw as little houses. — Anna Wintour

Little Minnesota Quotes By Yara Shahidi

I was in Minnesota, where I was born, and I did print ads and commercials. And that was always cool 'cause when you're little, you can only work two hours a day, and it changes. — Yara Shahidi

Little Minnesota Quotes By Brianna Brown

I did a little modeling in Minnesota, but because I was a heavier 'model,' I didn't pursue it much when I lived there. — Brianna Brown

Little Minnesota Quotes By Kate Christensen

My father's grandparents came from Norway and settled in the Scandinavian bastion of Minnesota. As a little girl in Tempe, Arizona, I daydreamed about picking cloudberries by a fjord in a fresh Nordic wind. — Kate Christensen

Little Minnesota Quotes By Beth Riesgraf

Growing up in Minnesota, I had a lot of freedom to run around, and we had go-carts and four-wheelers and all that stuff. I like that adrenalin-rush stuff. I did a little bit of dance, but mostly sports. — Beth Riesgraf

Little Minnesota Quotes By Walter Kirn

I grew up in a little town in Minnesota, 500 people. I went out to Princeton, and I wasn't very well-accepted out there by the fancy folks of Princeton University, I felt. I came away bruised and feeling rejected. — Walter Kirn

Little Minnesota Quotes By Andrea Cremer

precisely where I am. "I like Sean," he says. "But it feels a little different now. The possibility that he'll know me - that he'll know me completely - is gone. I was working up to telling him what happened in Minnesota. But this? We're the only ones who are ever really going to know about it, aren't we?" "We — Andrea Cremer

Little Minnesota Quotes By Mary MacLane

When I was three years old I was taken with my family to a little town in Western Minnesota, where I lived a more or less vapid and ordinary life until I was ten. — Mary MacLane