We kicked him out the day after Thanksgiving. He was constantly high, stealing from us, and obnoxious. He stole cash from the purse of one of our Thanksgiving guests. How embarrassing. Just got a call from him. He is at school, in the guidance counselor's office, filling out paperwork to get his GED. I chatted a bit, but he didn't want to answer any questions. He said he's about to get a job at "a food restaurant," but wouldn't tell me where. I assume it's McDonald's. He also still does not have a phone, so he used the school phone. He will take a pre-test for the GED to see if he passes and is ready, or if he has to take a cpl classes at night in areas where he is weak. He says he has no interest in the rest of his medications, and no interest in any of his clothing, even though I told him that we have some expensive items saved here for him. And no interest in rehab. He just wants to do it ALL on his own. The hard way. I asked if he wanted to go out for coffee on Christmas and he said no, he'd spend it alone. He didn't want to spend time with people who didn't even wish him a happy birthday. I told him that I did, but he said it was the day before. Well, a little difficult when he doesn't have a phone, but you know how everything is always someone else's fault. And I did give him a card and gift, even though it was four days early. Before we hung up I told him that I loved him and he said he loved me. That's it.