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The Sunshine
Uplifting The Western Slope
featured are even
more amazing tech-
nology advances that
are rapidly chang-
ing our world, as
well as more good
news about positive
energy development
of all kinds. Summer
officially starts this
month on the 21st
with the Solstice and
Father¡¯s Day is Sun-
day, June 16. A robust
Happy Father¡¯s Day
to all Dad¡¯s out there.
You have a supreme-
ly sacred and noble
task and may you be
blessed and rewarded
for setting a good
example and teaching
your children well.
You are appreciated
and loved greatly.
Thank you. We wish
everyone a most
excellent June filled
with much joy and
adventure and love.
Keep smiling, we love
- KingDaddy &
2013 June
Pg 2 - The Sunshine Express
¡°In Atlantic City or out in Malibu
Or any where between, I¡¯m telling you
When you feel those balmy breezes on your face
Summer time is the best time any place...¡±
Because we understand that the universe is music, and that music is the language of the uni-
verse, we take much pleasure in seeking meaning and messages in songs. Sometimes, how-
ever, there is no particular message, only joy in the beauty of the song for what it is. Songs that
describe a feeling or sentiment vividly quite often move us straight into a state of happiness,
or can just bring back good memories. Like ¡®Summer¡¯, by the band War. This melody, the easy
beat and gentle, breezy tones, plus the descriptive universal experiences of summertime ex-
pressed in the lyrics of this masterpiece, combine to draw one into the whole scene and mood
of the season. ¡®Ridin¡¯ ¡®round town with all the windows down¡¯, ¡®stretched out on a blanket in
the sand¡¯, ¡®feeding pigeons in the square¡¯, ¡®young lovers walking there¡¯, street musicians, boys
playin¡¯ stickball. ¡®Cause it¡¯s Summer¡¯ the song says, and you really feel it. And usually, if you
really love Summer, you will find yourself singing along. Like we do, because we do love Sum-
mer, and this song. ¡®Yes it¡¯s Summer, My time of year, Yes it¡¯s Summer, My time of year...¡¯
Everybody sing!
Welcome to Summer in the sunshine! Welcome also to the June edition of The Sunshine Ex-
press, where all the fun and exciting Summer things to do are at your fingertips. From car
shows to farmers markets, from river fests to stargazing, we have it all for you inside. Also
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The silverhawk feather that graces our front page was chosen for it¡¯s significant spiritual
symbolism. Hawks are symbols of spirit, wisdom and power. The hawk is the messenger. It is
also about visionary power and guardianship, the hawk is very protective of the young in its
nest. It teaches us about providing for family and self. Hawk teaches us to be observant and to
pay attention to what we may overlook. This could mean a talent we don¡¯t use, a blessing for
which we haven¡¯t expressed gratitude, or a message from Spirit. The hawk has keen eyesight, it
is about opening our eyes and seeing that which is there to guide us. Hawk is also about new
beginnings and always moving forward along the correct path.
Beautiful Lone Cone Mountain stands
majestic above Norwood, Colorado,
home of The Sunshine Express.
The Sunshine Express
Serving Western Colorado
Published Monthly
1st Edition: August 2010
Publishers: KingDaddy & Moonstruck
PO Box 267
Norwood, CO 81423
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This Month¡¯s Contributors:
Karen Schafer - Life Columnist
Sandy Lauzon - Health Columnist
Scott Rollins M.D. - Health Columnist
Moonstruck - Columnist, Publisher
KingDaddy - Columnist, Publisher
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