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Standby for Fishing!

Your online purchases from Stacey-Mayer.pixels.com are so appreciated. Our family waited to receive any Washington State unemployment for over eight weeks after being placed on standby, March 16, 2020. It's been devastating financially and emotionally. I'm normally employed full-time as an optician, and the local optical office was forced to closed in March. I've kept busy and hopeful by drawing and painting new animals, fishes, and horse breeds for the coloring book every day.

We're looking forward to being able to take our five-year-old grandson, Benjamin, for his first fishing trip on Saturday. You should see him practice his fishing technique with Grandpa on the lawn. Enjoying a peanut butter and cookies picnic beside the lake sure sounds like heaven. I think that's just what the family needs - letting sunshine and the great outdoors sink into our bones.

Benjamin enjoys his watercolor paints while sitting beside me in the garage while the rainy weather has prevented us from being outside. There's sunny, outdoor weather coming. I'm doing my best to create a new artist in the family!

Your prayers make all the difference. Thank you.

UPDATE: See what we're up to in Texas! Grandpa and Benjamin now spend every day outside, and look forward to catching fish in Central Texas. We found a good local channel to follow and give us ideas for fishing around Brazos County. See the YouTube channel, "Central Texas Hobbies".

More coloring pages of local fishes are sure to follow.

An Unusual Coloring Book

Arabian Horse Free JumpingWelcome to Stacey's online coloring pages. This is an unusual selection of drawings, as they are all from one artist; me! My coloring book pages are a collection of my own original sketches of my favorite animals, species, and breeds I admire. I've kept them as rough original sketches on purpose; to let you see how it was drawn. They're not "cleaned up" with even, uniform lines, normally found in commercial coloring books. This is truly a personal collection aimed to let you see how I draw. I want you to see how I find the lines.

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Seattle Artist Moves to Texas

Grandpa Phil with grandson, Benjamin, spending the day at Royal Legend Horse Center, in Bryan, Texas.Dear Followers,

Moving to Texas has definitely helped bring my art to life on canvas! Now, I'm able to paint and sculpt outside with Benjamin in the bright sunshine. I can play with our grandson in our own backyard. We've even started a small garden with Benjamin.

During the frequent rainy days in Puget Sound, we would all be stuck inside our Everett, WA apartment. Benjamin needs to be able to play outside in the sun to give him every opportunity to grow and thrive. He's grown so much taller after they "patched" the hole in his heart, and since we've moved to Texas, he has grown a FULL INCH TALLER.

We hoped the Texas sunshine would support his continued growth, and our hope has been rewarded. Benjamin has grown to forty-five full inches tall, at just five years old! His new PAH specialists at Texas Children's Hospital are thrilled with his continued progress.

Now, Benjamin will grow up playing outside, learning to ride horses, and painting with me in the warm Texas sunshine.

Thank you for helping us move from our Everett WA apartment to Central Texas. Our old Ford truck made it, and we're successfully living in our new home. We couldn't have accomplished the move without your continued support.

Thank you!

Stacey Mayer
August 2020

Spotted Quarter Horses

Appaloosa Patterned Quarter Horse Stallion

As I was cruising through Facebook
a few years ago, I spotted a photo of a blanketed Appaloosa marked Quarter Horse stallion in the, “suggested column”. I had to chase that link! There he was; Reminic in Spots, a registered, blanketed bay A.Q.H.A stallion. A true blanketed Appaloosa pattern registered AQHA horse. 

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