Homeless and healthcare
Today we got a call that one of our favorite former shelter workers and denizens died of "natural causes" whatever the heck that means. I don't know if he was even 50 years old.
Meanwhile, I missed my night out last week thanks to "veinous ligation" meaning that they stripped the ruined veins out of both legs (like gutting a trout, I guess).
Makes you wonder about healthcare for homeless people. Will they go get it when they need it? Or do they simply (as I suspect) take what they can get, when they must?
Post op recovery options have got to be brutal.
What a system.