Just a little and I wouldn't be so nervous about it but for the fact that I am leaving tomorrow on a trip with Diva and won't be back until Sunday night. We are visiting a friend 8 hours away from here so I can't just come back that easily/quickly if needed. difficult child texted me at lunch time saying that he was nervous because he had "that feeling" and then forgot his lunch number. I called him and told him to treat it like a panic attack. To know that it is just a passing thing and not to be afraid of it. To combat it with positive thoughts and breathing exercises. He said he wasn't afraid until he couldn't remember the number just seconds after it happened. I told him that when it happens to just relax and breath and give it time to pass, that he may not be back to "normal" as soon as it is over. It is just about 1/2 second or less but lingers in his thought process for a moment. He also will need to let me know every time it happens so I can start a log. He can call me while I am gone so I have documentations in hand to call psychiatrist on Monday if need be. I asked about the Adderall and he said it worked but not as much as the last few days. I think we are headed to increase back up to 5 mg but I can not get that done before I leave tomorrow. It will have to wait until Monday. He will ride bus to Confirmation and perhaps walk to the bowling alley afterwards to get supper and practice a bit if husband isn't ready to pick him up yet. husband is back at the "farm" and will come home tomorrow afternoon. difficult child will need to take care of the puppies until Friday evening when he and husband will take them to the kennel for the weekend. The weekend plans are so up in the air that I figured it best just to kennel the puppies for one less thing to worry about. difficult child and husband may go to the "farm" for a long day on Saturday. Diva puppy doesn't go to the farm and sweet puppy shouldn't be out there during hunting season. I asked difficult child if he was nervous about me being gone but he said "No". I told him that I think that deep down he is anxious about the next five days even though he is o.k. with it. I have his clothes and medications laid out in piles with each day listed. I have the puppies food, health record, and kennel payment ready to go with a list of what they need with them. I will come home tomorrow before leaving to make sure the puppies get out for awhile in the afternoon. Doesn't help that his locker didn't get shut this afternoon so some kids pulled some item out throwing them on the floor so the Vice Principal picked them up and took them to his office. I went with difficult child to get the items back to make sure they didn't give him grief over the actions of some other kids. They said, "You left your locker open and these were on the floor." in a "this is what you get" attitude. I told them, "He would not have left his stuff in the hallway. Some kids pulled them out and threw them on the ground." Someone also tore the poster off his locker - it is gone! 7th and 8th graders can be such brats! He wants to go over to a friend's house after school on Thursday. That is up to husband but I recommended that he not go this time. Just one more thing that husband has to do. Picking difficult child up is not easy since he gets carried away and doesn't always answer his phone or watch the time to be ready. Best they don't deal with that. He needs to come home at take care of the puppies anyway since I will not be home. I am going to enjoy this girl's weekend out with Diva and not worry too much about difficult child.