Sorry, Me again....long...sorry

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Well i forgot to mention earlier. Im in the school band. during the fall semester. the band goes to the football games and play there. and we do our feildshow....ect.(really dumb) Anyway, she shows up to the home football games with her friends. And we have this band cheer that only drums play, and the band chants something.Sometimes we play some songs like back in black by AC/DC. Anyway...During these chants, or songs she sometimes look up at my direction. And in band, we practice our periferral vision. So i saw her out of the corner of my eye looking in my direction. as soon i a turned to look at her, he instantly turned away. but i saw her look up again later, and i dint look back. i just looked at her outa the corner of my eye. then she slowly turned away and continued chatting with her friends. Shes a freshman, and so am i. Its akward cuz my friend told her i like her in 8th grade. so....should i ask her anyway. i think this is a sign that she likes me, but im not sure. Advice
I'll answer both questions here.

You should definitely ask her out. What better chance will you have when you can tell that she likes you?

Just walk up to her and ask her if she wants to hang out and see what develops.

When life offers you an opportunity, grab it fast! Each one is a chance for great happiness. And, if it doesn't work out, there will be another one right around the corner.

Good luck! George

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