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  • I met a extremly cute guy almost a month ago. We where working together at a festival and for some reason i just did not think of him as a potentcial anything not even a friend.

    But the last day of the festival i had to run to catch the last bus home and i did not get to say goodbye to him some days went by and i found my self thinking about him a bit mmmm ;0) and then i found him on facebook then we had three long weeks of not seeing each other but then i got a call he was going to take me on a boat tripp.

    Oh it was so romantic really he just got me there and then but he wants to take things slow but now i feel things are to slow hihi.

    We went to the cinema as well last week and then nothing i just dont know i just want him to tell me something anything i might just fall for him well my best friend says i already have but i feel like i am in the middel of nowhere geting nowhere geting more and more insecure sure that the guy does not want me at all and sure that i want him more then anything and well is that LOVE ?

    I dont know why i miss him its strange but i do but why ?
    Jumping from happy to sad stressed to clam thinking i am doing everything wrong hihi awwww all you guys out there never make a woman wait it just hurts the womans ego and makes us feel small =0/ feed our egos with small tokens of love let us know that you need us and most of all be honest about your feelings i promice its the only real way to satisfy a woman to get to her heart let her know how you feel.
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