She lived on the outskirts of San Diego and was a registered nurse by profession.During the later stages of her career she was a hospice nurse, something that explains the “giving” nature that Bobbie had in her heart.
This keep us healthy, it gives us personal time to think through issues and team sports build the skill of getting along with others and learning to compromise.
Working together under the theme of one team, one direction is huge in the transition to life skills.
Bobbie Short was probably one of the smartest women in the bigfoot research arena that I ever had the pleasure to work with.
Bobbie had a side of her that many would say was unusual, that’s because they didn’t understand her. She once explained to me that she had worked with another bigfoot group early in her bigfoot research and the leader of that group had threatened her, physically and with litigation.
One of his strength’s was his ability to speak to the masses, to have everyone understand the linkage he made in his theories.