Take my time or seize the day?

Visitor's Question from a 31-40 year old Female
I really like this guy. I think he likes me but he is taking time to show it. He's 40. I'm 33. He never asked me out on a formal date. It has just been to have a drink or have some ice-cream after our evening class. When he does this, we aren't alone, a couple other people will join us. Finally I asked him out to join me with my friends, he was like, "Yes!Yes!I would love to!" We had a nice time. My problem is, we only see each other in class--which I'm not taking now. I said I would like to join a yoga class he goes to--but that is almost two months away. I e-mailed him a couple times, once to send a Christmas greeting. He hasn't asked me out. It has almost been a month since we saw each other. The class is another month away. Is that too long a wait? I still like him, I don't want him to find someone else. But I want to give him space too. I don't want to be too needy and keep e-mailing him. What should I do? Is he waiting for me to arrange a date? Am I putting too much thought on this?

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If you really like the guy, take the advice I gave you the last time you wrote in.

Ask him out dutch treat to a nice restaurant. Flirt along the lines I mentioned and see what develops.

Good luck and Happy Holidays! George

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