too late?

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
There is this girl that I go to college with and we started talking in December. It appears that she is shy and I am as well. We say hi and talk face to face every now and again but now that school is over until the fall, that will not happen for 3 months. We still plan on talking some over facebook during the summer but here is the real problem. Where I go to college, we have to co-op or work in our major for a quarter of school pretty much until we graduate. Co-oping will start in the winter or spring, depending on when you are doing it. There are 2 sections, one co-oping in the winter/summer, the other in the fall/spring and if we end up working in opposite sections, the likely hood of us seeing each other again before graduation is slim. My question is, when I see her in the fall should I try and start something before we go off on our co-ops? We do not know when we will be co-oping yet but if we co-op alternate sections, I don't think I will ever get the chance. Sorry for the length and thank you so much. Advice
You have nothing to lose by trying to start up something with her. It may turn out perfectly or it may flop.

Why not ask her how she feels about it?

Good luck! George
p.s. I would also recommend you try to see her this summer.

-- from George
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