Watercolors By Sooz

Ready for the holidays!

Time flies when you’re having fun — or working. Sure enough, the months flew by since my last post.

Thanksgiving was yesterday (already!) and Black Friday shopping is today. #SmallBizSaturday is just around the corner, in time to #ShopSmall. Christmas is a month away and that time will fly by as well.

To that end, if you are looking for fishy Christmas cards, your needs can be met at both Art of Life gallery in Coos Bay and Bayside Coffee in Charleston. I have a couple new featured Christmas cards this year, including one of crab pots at the harbor (above) and a Dungeness crab in eel grass. I also re-created the “shellfish clam” from last year. For those of you with friends and relatives in New England, we have a Christmas lobster shack you can share with those back East. Check out the slideshow below for all three.

A limited selection of chickadees (what do chickadees have to do with fish? Not much, but they are just so darn cute!) with holiday greetings also are available.

Do you have ideas for a fishy Christmas card subject? Leave it in the comments below and I’ll see if I can make it work.

For those of you traveling over the Thanksgiving weekend, be careful out there — it’s going to turn cold, wet and windy. Be patient with other travelers and celebrate coming home safely.

Happy Thanksgiving and see you around the docks,


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