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Cincinnati Boutique Owner Draws on Flower Power

Rachel Pfeiffer is inspired by gardening, yoga and botanical motifs.

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Rachel Pfeiffer

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Favorite Season. Right now I’m going to say spring but when fall rolls around I’m going to say fall. Winters are dismal. Summers are hot and humid.

Day to Day. We closed our business temporarily on March 17 (when the state of Ohio closed non-essential businesses). I will say that people are very supportive. I’ve seen a lot of kindness during this time. I’ve received a lot of support from our customers and friends and family. People really care about you and they care about your business and want you to succeed. We’re just going from day to day. I can’t worry about what’s going to happen in the future.

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