Jug stands for Justice Under God at a Jesuit high school. It means detention. Andrew has gotten one since he has been at BC High - for not making his friends clean up after themselves. yes, we are responsible for our friends. As a mother, I say thank you BC high. His future wife will also say thank you.
So today, as I was picking up to leave the house, I find this note. I read the note quickly without noticing who the teacher is. I am thinking/said ..."he got a detention (panic because he has a Varsity soccer game) for wearing his Nantucket reds?" Jason laughed and said "Read who gave it to him." I love the teacher who gave it to him. Then I realized he was getting grief. It was a joke. Andrew has a few pairs of pants that he wears (a pair of orange, the "pink" or Nantucket reds, some plaid....) that are dress code but that he gets a rise from the faculty. The boys love them because they are different. No one can say Andrew is not confident. Actually, he wears them well and they are nice pants.
I needed to laugh about Andrew. He is driving Jason and me crazy! Actually his cell phone is. We have a rule that he needs to leave the cell phone downstairs to charge it after a certain time. Yes, he does need a phone. He calls us to let us know when he gets on the train, how he is getting home, etc.... Well, he has been sneaking it upstairs to talk to his girlfriend. Long story short it has become a battle. Silly, I know. My solution is: when you disregard the rule. I get your phone and you get mine. I am sure L and R (his gfriend and best friend) will enjoy catching up with me. I have not had to follow through with that but I hate the battle. Oh well. Teenagers.