Sigh ... can't even get terribly worked up about it at this point. I don't know if it's detachment or resignation or acceptance of the inevitable. He's smoking. While it's terribly hypocritical on my part (heavy smoker until last month), I refuse to allow it in my home by my children; I have always *always* told my kids not to start, that it's dangerous/expensive/dirty/darn near impossible to quit/etc. No lighters, no cigarettes, nada. His solution is he just won't come home then. Bravo, child of mine. Awesome logic. Truly impressive. He went AWOL sometime this week. I'm going to have to call his case manager because his details are a bit squirrely but it sounds like he told his teacher he was going to the library (not in school, in community), teach said no, he left. Wonderful choice. Way to show us he's ready to live at home. Told husband that some of his peers bought pot but *he* didn't partake. Given past history, I'm 99.9% sure this means he did. He just can't do things without letting us know one way or another. How long does THC show up in urine? Coming up on 3 months in this placement... doggone it if he isn't trying really hard to run true to form. I just don't know... heaven help me, but I so want to be done with interventions.