Alta wrote:oh and I also want to say I know alot of painfully shy men. And those guys that walk up to me, complete strangers and compliment something are always the outgoing ones. I don't see Sarvis doing this. I keep thinking that when he's picking up a book at the library or bookstore or whatever, joining a book club, that after he's been going there for years and one day, Mrs. Right is there. And she likes what he has to say about a certain book. And he's pationate about his opinion of it, which of course he would be. And she may not totally agree, but wants to hear what he has to say. He then needs to be confident of himself enough to say, I'd really like to talk to you about this more over coffee. And she may say yes. Or is too busy. Maybe he should read that "He's just not that into you" book. I think it helped me alot.
Ugh... and people are blaming me for putting a little more time into Kayla? One decade of being alone is plenty, thanks.
If she seriously was remotely interested in you, she would suddenly realize, oh crap, I forgot our date, immediately call and say "I am Soooooooo sorry..... My dog died and I missed our date and I'd like to reschedule."
She hasn't missed any dates, she just hasn't always been showing up to work lately. Now that she has my email it would have been nice for her to let me know she wouldn't be there though... :(