It’s blowing breastplates of righteousness

Breastplate - JerryOn mornings after especially heavy winds or rain, the roads are heaped with all kinds of vegetable matter that has fallen from the palm trees. Branches. Broom-like stalks with brushes at one end. And breastplates of righteousness.

Here’s Jerry wearing one of them. I told him to look fierce and that grimace is the best he could do. Maybe it’s because he really doesn’t want to be doing this. But he says it isn’t as embarrassing as wearing plaid tights.



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4 Responses to It’s blowing breastplates of righteousness

  1. Diane Lowell says:

    Hi Jessica! Does Dr. Shey plan on doing anything for Tim’s carotids? Blocked carotids cause less oxygen and nutrients to get to the brain. Although, his brain is pretty amazing. I love just about anything Scottish. My son-in-law and grandson (5 months) have kilts!

  2. Hi Diane! The CT angiogram (following up the ultrasound) confirms that one artery is 100% blocked so it can’t be cleaned out but the other artery is only 50%, not 70%, blocked, so they will just re-check it in six months.

    Jerry said he would rather wear kilts than those tights. (I should have called them “Tartan tights” instead of “plaid.” Alliterative.)

  3. Diane Lowell says:

    So, I am guessing that he is on a statin. God bless him!

  4. Diane Lowell says:

    P.S. If you want to get Jerry a kilt, let me know.

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