We’ve got a list of spacey and unusual aspects in the Skywatch for Father’s Day. Did you have strange dreams last night? It’s more than likely with Neptune on stage now. Mercury gets involved Sunday morning as he trines Neptune at 4:43 am PDT but then opposes grumpy Saturn at 7:00 am sharp. The main event follows as opinionated Jupiter makes a square to dreamy Neptune at 8:18 am Sunday morning. Best use of this marker is to reach for compassion and understanding in your conversations and actions today. An upbeat and optimistic Moon Jupiter conjunction at 12:08 pm opens the door to agreements and shared love but is followed by the Moon squaring Neptune three minutes later. A Full Moon hangs out in the evening sky—the coyotes will be howling on the Washington coast, and you’ll hear sirens in the city Sunday night. As times change.