Waiting is no fun
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|Tue, 06-27-2006 - 9:52am|
So I met this guy from online briefly on Friday (we had originally planned to go to a local festival, but it was raining, so we just met at a coffee shop for about an hour) and we hit it off, so we went on a sort of date on Saturday (to the festival that we'd originally planned to go to the day before). It went very well.
When he walked me to my car he put his arms around me for a minute in a friendly sort of hug and said he'd had a really good time and he hoped we could meet again. I said that would be fun.
Sunday he e-mailed asking about getting together next Saturday. When I said yes, he replied with a suggestion of something to do. For a couple of reasons I am not enthusiastic about that option, and although I didn't discard it, I countered with a suggestion of my own. This was Sunday afternoon.
I have not heard from him since, and it is bothering me.
Probably it is nothing more than that he is thinking of other options and/or he meant to call me on the phone yesterday and didn't get to it. But I still worry.
Did it bother him that I didn't agree immediately to his original suggestion? Did he dislike my suggestion a lot? (It does reflect a taste that not everyone shares, but it is something I mention in my profile.) Is this one of those guys who likes to go on a first date but gets cold feet about the second date?
Am I being ridiculous?