This Girl

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
So, I finally worked up the nerve to to talk to this girl that I like on facebook. I kind of feel like I was the only one in the conversation, but I got a few lol's out of her, so I guess it wasn't totally one-sided. Then the next day I told her in class that I really enjoyed talking to her and that I wanted to get to know her better. Not sure how well that went over. then last friday we were at a christmas party and when I finally got myself to talk to her she got up and walked away. Maybe I'm just being overly optimistic, but she was taking pictures at the time so maybe she just has something else to do, or maybe since I had asked if she had gotten any good pics from that angle she just assumed I was there to take pictures instead of talk to her. Anyway, I'm not entirely sure where I stand or what move I should make from here. it's hard for me to approach her because she mainly keeps to her herself and I'm afraid I'm gonna creep her out if I haven't already. any suggestions? Advice
It's nice you found a girl you like.

She was probably just nervous at the party. Keep talking with her and she may soon come around and lose those awkward feelings. It is often this way at the beginning.

Don't give up. It is the Holiday season and she is like everyone else and wants to find someone to spend some happy times with.

Hope you have good luck with her. Happy Holidays! George

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