......that he will live with his friend (T) if/when we kick him out. He says that T lives with his older brother and both of them said he could stay with them. I can picture that....it would last a week. That's assuming, of course, that T really DOES live with his brother. I called T's mom today. Nope....T lives at home and difficult child will not be living with them. He also informed us (oh so pleasantly) in counseling today that once he's 18, he will not be taking his medications. He doesn't need them and we make him take them just because. I'm looking forward to THAT. Actually his pleasant behavior started when we were still in the waiting room. He has been switched to an adult case manager but we haven't met her yet as she leaves for vacation on Friday. She heard we were there so she came out and introduced herself. I mentioned that since I didn't think we would be seeing her for a couple of weeks, I hadn't told difficult child about the switch yet. He piped right up..."What did you sign me up for NOW?!" (Sometimes I just want to flick his head right off of his shoulders) So she nicely explains what the deal is and he tells her that he doesn't want or need services after he's 18. (LOL this was after she said quietly to me...."I remember him from the summer youth program a couple of years ago. I'm pretty sure I yelled at him". Oh I'm sure she did! LOL) I swear that boy is going to sabatoge himself right into jail, a shelter or both. And by the way............OMG was it cold today! I'm pretty sure it was colder in other parts of the country but ugh. 20 below wind chill at 9:00 this morning and I was in and out of the car all day lugging stuff around. Brrrr.