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Flower photography by Flower Power – a young entrepreneur enjoys the sweet smell of success

Flower Photos by Flower Power featured on the DIFFThis is exactly the kind of post I had in mind when we first starting planning for this blog about three years ago. It's picture-perfect as a matter of fact! He he he.

Anyway, this blog is supposed to be about us (Quicken Loans employees) sharing things that we think qualify as something special or cool and worth talking about. Which brings me to today's post.

It's about Flower Power, a really cool company that offers some really cool photography of flowers (and at least one butterfly). Flower Power is owned and managed by a young artist who does this in her spare time. And her amount of spare time is dictated by how much homework her elementary school teachers hand out to her.

That's right. The owner/operator of Flower Power is 11-year old Lily Arnett, whose talents have not gone unnoticed. She was featured recently in an article in the Oakland Press. We hear her business is doing well, and growing. Awesome.

Flower Photograpy by Flower Power on the DIFF blogLily even donates a percentage of her profits to Oakland County, Michigan animal shelters.

Pretty cool.

Please check out her site and buy a photo or two if you're so inclined.

Congrats Lily. Your entrepreneurial spirit is amazing.

We hope you have a very successful and fun business for years to come.

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  1. I am learning flower animations.

    Posted by: Keefers | August 2, 2009
  2. Great, inspiring story, thanks for sharing!

    Posted by: Ann Stofflet | August 5, 2009
  3. I would love to have a green room. I am a first time mother and I have an eight month old. I work at Narconon drug rehab five days a week and can’t seem to find the time to spend in a garden or green room. I feel like I can’t even find enough time to spend with my son much less an extracurricular activity. Does anyone have any pointers as to how I can manage all the above better?

    Posted by: Megan | October 8, 2009

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