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Michelle Johnston
Emergency Physician. Not infrequently covered in blood (someone else's). Sees poetry in pathology (). Purveyor of odd fiction. Inamorata of
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Michelle Johnston 22h
I can only imagine his secretary trying to write down his prescriptions: 'What Doctor? You want what?'
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Michelle Johnston 22h
Cornelius Celsus, in 177AD, spoke of sleeplessness as a phrensy, only to be cured by sternutatories: fetid odours & the livers of he-goats
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Louise Allan Mar 26
Want to know what books one of my favourite WA authors has on her shelf? From
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Michelle Johnston Mar 26
What a very lovely morning tweet :-)
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Michelle Johnston Mar 24
What a gorgeous sight!
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Michelle Johnston Mar 24
That is a thing of beauty!
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Michelle Johnston Mar 24
Oh! Gorgeous :-)
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Michelle Johnston Mar 24
you bespoke thing, Ashul.
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Michelle Johnston Mar 24
:-) I think I've missed a whole lot of lessons. Not quite sure I'm every going to get this growing up thing right.
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Michelle Johnston Mar 24
Well I guess so, you grown-up!!
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Michelle Johnston Mar 24
:-) any recipe that calls for titrating is a good thing in my books.
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Michelle Johnston Mar 24
It cannot be so difficult if you are in the business of legislation to invite those whose lives are affected by such decisions into the room
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Michelle Johnston Mar 24
:-) I think one has to be VERY mature to pull off a suave eggplant recipe.
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Michelle Johnston Mar 24
:-) I suspect chips might follow we undisciplined folk all the way to our graves, along with confusion.
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Michelle Johnston Mar 24
I'd always pictured my adult life being wiser, less confused, perhaps following more recipes with eggplant, wearing more tailored clothes.
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Chris Cleave Mar 24
Writing day starts at 5 am. I stoke the boiler of the novel engine & reset the pins on the adjective selector drum.
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Michelle Johnston Mar 22
oh, dear god. I hadn't planned to dissolve a little too. This is outstanding.
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Michelle Johnston Mar 22
After a taxing day at work, my neurons withered & falling from my head, I crave lines of poetry like a drug "but still, like dust, I rise."
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Eve Purdy Mar 22
Shout out to and others who spent lots of effort and energy looking out for our own. What a community.
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Michelle Johnston Mar 21
I dearly love Prosh and wish *I* could go to work dressed as a pineapple.
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