Yes, my friends, it’s that time of year to honor our furry neighbors.
Sasquatches endure so many challenges such as being demonized by the media and ostracized by their fellow habitat dwellers. Even the banana slugs roaming our redwoods disdainfully slither away from the Sasquatches.
I don’t know if these mysterious creatures also struggle with bipolar disorder, but hell, I wouldn’t be surprised given their allegedly high level of intelligence.
All in all, Sasquatches get no respect! People fear them more than they fear that Freaky Ronald McDonald & his wormy burgers.
Sasquatches get unfriended on Facebook all the time
So I beseech you to take a moment out of your busy day and think of the Sasquatches. By the way, they are real.
(I live near the world-famous Bigfoot Discovery Project and Museum http://bigfootdiscoveryproject.com/ and they have genuine proof of their existence.)
The next time you suspect you see a Sasquatch or two wandering in the redwoods or wherever, send them a smile along with some love.
We all need love.
See you next Friday!
Dyane is the author of the memoir Birth of a New Brain – Healing from Postpartum Bipolar Disorder to be published by Post Hill Press in 2016. She’s the founder of the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) Chapter of Santa Cruz County and facilitates free support groups for women with mood disorders. She’s considering starting a support group for Sasquatches. Dyane has been both Facebook and Seroquel-free for a month and feels really good about it.