We met up round her house and went for a walk!Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
hello guys!you might not remember me so..! well im almost 18 and my gf is almost 17 anyway we have been goin out for more than 3 weeks now! actually most of the time we c eachother at school and we only went on a date like 2-3 times but at school we are all the time 2gether! anyway now is xmas holidays and we dont have school and we dont get to c each other much but 2 days ago we met up round her house and went for a walk! i was with her for 2 hours we had fun! i never actually called her we always talk with sms .. is that ok? and rarely she sends me sms first i always do! do u think i should wait till she send me 1st next time? sometimes i think that sh doesnt love me anymore as she used coz i can tell from her answers some times that shes not into it u know :( but some other times she tells me how much she loves me and misses me! we still got one week off school that means i wont be seein her .. what do u think i should do to save our love? is it somethin i should worry bout or should i be patient? thanks
You've only been going together three weeks and already she tells you that she loves and misses you. This is a good sign.
Don't worry too much about other times when she is not as affectionate. Everyone has different moods. Try to be understanding.
Try calling her on the phone and see how things go that way. If it doesn't work out, go back to sms.
Your walk seems to have been a good success, so you should do that one or two times during the break.
Good luck! George
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