Thanks for the out-pouring of care for Gry. He's a deserving fellow. I've been out of rep twice this morning, in reflecting what meager thanks such a system permits.
Gry sounded more responsive and clear today (just a few minutes ago), than yesterday. A good thing.
I'm hoping to receive a mailing address soon; his cats have food for now, but he needs a number of fairly simple things. We'll put together a care package for him if/when the address arrives.
Thank you, redlaser, for clarifying some of the issues at hand. I was hesitant to get too specific with someone else's medical or social status. I knew Gry had posted a number of times, sharing some of his struggles, but his complaints on the boards have been relatively minor, other than to give a general definition of day-to-day challenges.
An added source of sadness for him, is that he's a loving person, and the physical community in which he resides is an all-too-typical, somewhat-closed-off (socially) urban setting. He tries to be the friendly and patient person you've seen on the boards in his real-time interactions with others he meets in life, but in many urban settings, that's ignored, or worse, seen as strange.
To be aging, denied recognition or respect, etc., and to suffer day-to-day, more or less alone, while surrounded by persons either intimidated by appearances of one sort or another, or aloof and into their own gigs, is a curse that few deserve.
Hopefully he'll check in here. He knows of the sentiments and presence expressed herein. Thanks again for that.