My dear Humoristian hooligans –
I hope you never doubt the difference you’ve made to this world. Every bit of shared laughter and love and wisdom – every moment of beauty you’ve added, and every time you’ve reached out to your fellow creatures in need – you’ve added to the momentum towards Good. Don’t be discouraged. Truth always wins in the end. Love has already won.
Today we celebrate all the good in Life! Keep shining your light, dear ones! Onward and upward!
(Photos by Karen Molenaar Terrell.)
Otter Party (Karen Molenaar Terrell)
Marmot on Mount Rainier (photo by Karen Molenaar Terrell)
New friend at Mount Rainier
Butterfly in Bow, WA
Trumpeter Swans in Bow, WA (photo by Karen Molenaar Terrell)
Barn, Mount Baker, and Swans
Dancing in Boulevard Park
Snow geese in Skagit County, WA. Photo by Karen Molenaar Terrell
Clara climbing the door…
Clara and her tail.
An alpine butterfly flits among the flowers on Table Mountain. Photo by Karen Molenaar Terrell.
Sunset from Clayton Beach
Dad in front of his mural.
Shuksan Reflection (photo by Karen Molenaar Terrell)
Dee Molenaar painting
Scott and the sons at Lincoln City, OR.
From our back deck.
Seagulls flying over Bellingham Bay.
Seagull Taking Flight (Photo by Karen Molenaar Terrell)
Drawing of Seagull by my dad, Dee Molenaar
The sons on their slide.
Mama Robin and babies on our porch. (Karen Molenaar Terrell)
From the Southworth-Fauntleroy Ferry.
Plane’s wing in sunset – photo by Karen Molenaar Terrell
Sons swinging over Lake Padden.
This bird settled on my hand while I was tromping around Mount Baker, and let me snap his picture…
Right after I got a new camera I spotted this eagle posing in a tree for me…
An owl at Lake Padden, WA, spent five or ten minutes in silent communion with me.
A butterfly in the Seattle Butterfly Exhibit poses on a leaf ….
A cormorant spreads his wings and eyes me while I take his photo.
The sons at Lincoln City.
Chuckanut Boulders, WA
Moz and Einstein.
“Happiness is spiritual, born of Truth and Love. It is unselfish; therefore it cannot exist alone, but requires all mankind to share it.”
– Mary Baker Eddy