OMG she is lucky that I found out after she left the house this morning and will be gone until 3 so that i Have a chance to calm down. About a year ago i had alot of problems with my daughter lying to me. Not just lying but being sneaky. Things got much better and i was really starting to trust her again. Then I found out new information about something she lied about but the incident happened many months ago. I figured just because i found out about it now shouldnt erase all the trust she had built up. Well this morning i go to log on to facebook from my laptop to tell her she forgot the book she was bringing back to school. But it logged into her account and a message window was open. She was meeting someone before school and he was going to walk her to the train. Something I have always allowed in the past. why she thought all of a sudden I would have a problem with it is beyond me. But she never told me, apparently he was late and she was telling him he had to hurry becuase i was about to leave the house with my younger dd and bust her. I'm not sure if her plan was to cut school which is rediculous because I wasnt making her go to school today. the semester is over and grades are in. they only have these last 2 days due to hurricane sandy and the schools being closed for an entire week. She had the choice to go or not. I would of let her hang out with friends if thats what she wanted and she knew that. I have no problem with the boy walking to the train with her. I prefer she have someone with her due to another issue we've had. but she chose to lie and be sneaky for the sole purpose of lying and being sneaky. She's handing over her phone this afternoon when she gets home and she may get it back when school starts up again. Her facebook will be deactivated for the summer at least. If i ever let her hang with friends at all this summer it will be under total and 100% supervision. I dont know what else to do with her. It would make so much more sense if she was lying to get away with something but she didnt have to lie and she knew that.