The Sunshine Express
Serving Western Colorado
1st Edition: August 2010
Publishers: KingDaddy & Moonstruck
PO Box 267
Norwood, CO 81423
Phone: 970.864.2142 or 970.327.4196
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This Month¡¯s Contributors:
Karen Schafer - Life Columnist
Scott Rollins M.D. - Health Columnist
Sandy Lauzon - Health Columnist
Moonstruck - Columnist, Publisher
KingDaddy - Columnist, Publisher,
Calling All Angels!
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Uplifting The Western Slope
much good news to enjoy
and many fun and excit-
ing event to partake in and
inside this edition of The
Sunshine Express you will be
able to find just about any-
thing your heart desires to
do this month. From running
and biking to the honey bee
festival to the last days of ski-
ing to the first days of fish-
ing and everything else in
between, you can find it here.
Easter, a personal favorite
holiday event, is on the 20th
this month and then there¡¯s
the ever popular April
fools day on the 1st. With
the warmer nights coming
on strong now and longer
sunny days in store, we get
an itch to do much garden-
ing, but usually must wait
until May for most plantings
to be safe from frost. But that
doesn¡¯t stop us from making
starters indoors and turning
and amending the soil. It¡¯s
a great way to spend spare
Spring time. Enjoy your
time this month and make it
happy time. We love you! -
KingDaddy & Moonstruck
Pg 2 - The Sunshine Express
¡°Tired of lying in the sunshine staying home to watch the rain
You are young and life is long and there is time to kill today
And then one day you find, ten years have got behind you
No one told you when to run, you missed the starting gun...¡±
¡®Time¡¯ is the fourth track from English progressive rock band ¡®Pink Floyd¡¯. It appeared on their
1973 album ¡®The Dark Side of the Moon¡¯, and the only song on the album credited to all four
members of the band, though the lyrics were written by Roger Waters. This song is about how
time can slip by, but many people do not realize it until it is too late. Roger Waters got the idea
when he realized he was no longer preparing for anything in life, but was right in the middle
of it. He has described this realization taking place at ages 28 and 29 in various interviews.
That is how it goes for all of us. Life happens each day, each moment. Life is now. The amount
of time we have to live it each day is limited to 24 hours. The amount of 24 hour periods we
have to spend is also finite. Our time is very precious. If we waste it and fritter it away we will
look back and find that we cannot get those moments back, they¡¯re gone. And you cannot, as
the song says, wait ¡°for someone or something to show you the way¡±, for it is only you that
can move yourself. It¡¯s your time to spend, your choices how to spend it. You can sit around
and do nothing if you wish, sometimes we all need to do that. Or you can maximize your time
and squeeze each living drop from it. No matter what you decide to spend your time on, cher-
ish each moment you are given to spend. Treasure them for the priceless jewels that they are.
Value your time. You won¡¯t regret it.
Welcome to April and happy sunny Spring to you all! It¡¯s a beautiful time of year and there is
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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.