After taking time away for work and family, Michelle's ready to return. Find out how things will be changing and what plans she has now that the Zebra Pit has risen from the ashes.
The Zebra Pit staff wishes you and your family all the best in the coming year and beyond! Dear Friend and Reader, It’s been a great four years working on The Zebra Pit and I am so grateful for all of your support and encouragement you’ve offered along the way. It’s been a great run … Continue reading Time to Say Goodbye
Once upon a time, it was so hard for me to get numb, they would use four times the regular dose of lidocaine. Even with this He-Man sized dose, it would take me twice as long to get numb. Once I was there, it would last well beyond the usual time it would take to wear off for other patients.
I was diagnosed with craniocervical instability in 2011, long before hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos was ever a word in my vocabulary. My journey started with chronic joint pain, migraines, and a bizarre tailbone pain that has never been fully explained. Today I want to share my story and how Atlas Orthogonal Chiropractic and Physical Therapy have been instrumental in giving me back my life.
I’ve been in a reading slump and I was hoping it would be something that would help reawaken my literary curiosity. I immediately had a good feeling about it. The description sounded different from anything I’d read before in the genre. Her previous work was also well received and sounded intriguing. When I read Trueblood’s a recipient of the Goldenberg Prize in Fiction and the Red Hen Press Short Story Award, I was confident her work would be a pleasure to read. I knew I had to read this novel.