Unsure but HopefulVisitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Female
Last year, both me and my crush were in the same school, although he was one grade higher. This year, he's in the school next door.
We were both in Drama Cub, and got assigned towrite a play together. He met me every day during my study hall, his lunch. In fact, even after we were done practicing, he still met me up there. He always seemed slightly nervous and a bit caustious. He cracked jokes and was boastful. One day, when I was wearing a skirt, I caught him glancing at my legs every now and then.
On the last day of school, he asked me for my e-mail address and gave me his. He has e-mailed me throughout the summer. Just befre school started, he told me that he ws sometimes at one of the exits of the school, and that I could join him if I liked.
Now he hasn't e-mailed me for about a week, and I haven't seem him either. However, earlier today I did e him waiting at the door. I had been walking around with one of my friends. He said hi, asked me about school, and mentioned something I had said in one of my e-mails. He kept looking away, then back at me. I had to leave quickly, beause his dad was waiting for me, but he watched me even as I walked away.
Do you think he likes me? Are there any signs I could give him to find out, or to let him know that I like him? Any things I should watch for? Please help.
It's clear that he likes you.
He emailed you all summer and told you where to meet him. He seems nervous around you which is normal when someone is interested in you.
Email him and restart the conversation. Tell him you will meet him at the exit if he lets you know what day.
This will let him know you are interested and when you meet, you two can build up your relationship.
Good luck! George
-- from George
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