Just realized that I hadn't posted anything since I picked my brother up from jail last month in Gainesville. So we drove down a day early and got a condo in Daytona, spent the day wandering around and stocking up on groceries. I grabbed Greg the next night around 12:30 AM and his adopted mom/brother were there. I told them I wasn't sure if Greg would even get in the car with us...it all depended on him and if he was really ready to turn his life around. He said he was, so we headed back to Daytona. Nothing was open so he grabbed some snacks at a gas station....I don't think he ever stopped eating that night. He didn't sleep either and ended up on the beach at sunrise. We then spent two nights in Daytona just to see how it would go. Greg has Terret's and he shakes a lot, almost like someone with Parkinson's disease. His hands are always slightly trembling, but otherwise he seems super healthy (he doesn't say random words or anything like that). We got to the Carolinas on Thursday and he had a job as a night manager at Cook Out by Friday. It took a lot of running around since we had to get him a Florida ID, birth certificate, etc. to even be eligible to work, plus we had to get him some clothes, basic toiletries, etc. But he's been grinding ever since working 12+ hour shifts and volunteering to work on his days off. He hasn't touched weed since getting here either so things have gone incredibly well. The only hiccup we've had is getting him a license...in Florida, they suspend your license for owing fines and jails charge you $3 a day for being there. So he has to come up with about $900 to get around that...which he's saving for now. And he's slowly paying me back $100-150 a week for everything we've done for him. He's super happy up here though and doing great. Things honestly couldn't have turned out better. Anyway, things are going really well....shockingly well actually. There's no plans for him to move out anytime soon, but once we get him on the road and he can buy a car, that will eventually be the next goal. We're thinking about driving to Jacksonville in two weeks, paying the fines, getting a FL license and then driving right back to transfer it to a SC license...then if other fees pop up in Florida it doesn't matter. That will be huge since he works until 4 or 5 in the morning....my wife and I have been taking turns picking him up. It sucks but it's well worth it to see him thrive.