It was the high school. Mrs. R, I just wanted to let you know that easy child came in and said he was going to drop off his girlfriend's book bag, but then leaving because he has "things to do". Interesting because he left and told me he was going to school. And interesting because he broke up with his girlfriend last week. Turns out he wasn't where I thought he was last night. So, I called him. He answers the phone and says, "Mom. I'm at school", and hung up. I called again and he sent me to voicemail. So, I sent him a text. He responded: "I'm at school. I don't know how to prove it to you but thanks for getting me in trouble. your ringtone is one of the loudest on purpose" I didn't respond. Then I get another text from him: "I was going to leave so I can finish my psychology so I can come to school all day tomorrow" I didn't respond again. So then I get another text: "mom?" Breathe...detach....breathe....detach.....detach....detach....detach.... I don't even know if this should be in the WC or in PE. Anyway, when the school called I thanked her for her concern and told her I appreciated the call, but really what can I do? He's going to be 18 in 6 weeks. She commiserated with me, but said she wanted to let me know. I know everyone says to take his car and his cell. It is financially impossible for me to do so. He pays for those things and I cannot afford to do it. *I* don't even have a cell myself. I talked with his friend's mom who he's been staying with since Friday. She said he seems really anxious, can't sit still, and depressed and despondent. But, I know he won't see anyone about it. I don't know what to do. I'm done being a mom. To whom do I give my letter of resignation? ETA: He is at school. Apparently when they told him they were calling me, he decided to stay. I can't believe he had the nerve to say he was dropping something off, but was going to leave because he had things to do.