I'll try and keep this short, but I'm looking for advice on how guys deal with a long distance relationship.
Scott & I met 5 years ago and have run into eachother on occasion through friends but always lost touch because we live in towns 6 hrs apart. We recently reunited at a wedding be both stood up in and started talking regularly. He confessed that he had liked me since the day he met me, and kicked himself for never saying anything before. Anyway, we arranged a visit over memorial weekend which was fabulous and then I travelled to his town last weekend, which was even better. He's a truly great guy, hardworking, very active outdoorsman. This past weekend he asked me if he could call me his girlfriend, and that's how I was introduced to everyone all weekend.
He made it known from the beginning that he wants this to work, regardless of the distance. The best part about him is he always does what he says he's going to do whether it's calling me or anything. So his actions and words speak volumes that this could become very serious.
What my real question is, even though it's only been a couple months, when do you start talking about moving closer and do I let him bring it up? I would be willing to move to his town, just because I despise the town I live in - provided I saved up enough money and had a job lined up. And his town is closer to where I actually grew up. So I guess I just want insight into a guys head relating to long distance relationships.