I very briefly spoke to DD on phone right after school, in-between piano students, to mention something about the vehicle, and asked, as an aside, how the conversation went.
"It was not a conversation. It was, like, two seconds. He is fine."
When I got home about 30 minutes ago, I went to her room, but she is busy studying/texting.
She told me just a bit, but mostly, she did NOT use the words, "I'm sorry." She did say babysitting. I asked if the word "mom" was spoken. She said that she told him that his mom called me, and that was just weird. He seemed to agree, and said that his mom should not have called. DD said he was fine, no drama.
DS remembered something from last year about this mom- our HS has each senior present a large "project" before an audience. This mom took one girl's presentation as her personal whipping boy and interrupted several times, claiming expertise in the field, and that the girl was wrong!!!
I had forgotten (was not there) but I DO recall hearing how mortified other adults were, and how poised the senior girl was while listening to the aggressive rant.
So, I think I have met a crazy, and fully do NOT plan to engage her in any way, shape, or form!!
My DS, a senior, did say that Jay is nice enough, works hard at academics, but is rather clueless to social cues. He talks to hear himself talk, and will run a subject to. the. ground. and. will. not. stop. talking!! Which means, he does not listen to others.
So, Jay does not seem a creeper, just clueless. And mom is crazy.
As for the dating
future of DD, her "boyfriend" turns 18 this summer, so that may change things around here!
But, she was right in that for PROM, at this school that has a history of making the invite A Big Deal (songs, signs, flowers, etc...) a casual asking at a locker was just not up to par.
And, no means no.