Wednesday, September 9, 2009


I belong to a few "bow making" groups on Yahoo and receive "Daily Digests" in my inbox frequently that I usually just scan, posting a reply now and then. A little over a week ago "one friend" posted that her daughter was doing some photo editing if anyone was interested. The price: $1 per photo, her age: 8 !!! Well, I bit, mainly because I thought how excited that little girl must be to have her own little source of income. Her mom thoroughly assured us that she was being carefully supervised, so here are the photos I emailed to her:



I have to say, I am super impressed. I know all of you are saying, "Suzanne, you can do that yourself". Well, you are right, but I'll never get around to finding the time...
I think she did a marvelous job and plan to send her more work soon. If you think you could use her help with any of your photos, just email me!
Thanks for reading and visiting. I'd love to see your comments on this little 8 y/o's talent.
Have a great week!


Kristina said...

She did awesome! That is so sweet of you to support a little girl like that. I remember trying to do stuff like that when I was little, but it never worked.

Ellen said...

What a marvelous 8 yr. old to be so entrepreneurial! And you are terrific for spurring her on.
I have a little suggestion: What if she made the print color match the collar color? So, pink logo w/ pink collar, black with animal print collar and blue with bandana collar? Just a thought!

Goodwill Haunting said...

What a wonderful post! I think the pics came out great! I am all for supporting young entrepreneurs. My son was 13 when he started his own online business selling paintball supplies. The business lasted about a year but what he learned will last a lifetime!

Its So Very Cheri said...

How cute. I can only, sometimes get my little girl to wear bows that I make her and look at you.
My blog has been growing so rapidly that I haven't had time to get over for visits, but I was missing all my blog friends and wanted to take some time to come over and see what everyone was creating and say Hi and invite you over for a visit as well.
Its So Very Cheri