Well im around 15'5 years old and i cannot drive and like one time my friend bought this girl over he met at camp i could tell she liked me. So after a few weeks over talking on msn / the phone and shit i can tell you really likes me and i reallly like her but the one problem is that She lives the other side of town and that time my friend went out with someone across town shes was like "ya we can't don't see eachother enough im sorry but this not going to work out". Like i can go there to the city almost everday but i would have to take a bus and ill only be able to see here for like 2 hours a day. So im thinking if i should just ask her out now or wait untill summer and become better friends and maybe untill i can drive. So my mother wants me to go to Europe but i SOO unsure because i have a job and i like ill miss to much if i go all summer.
Your prospective girl has a good head on her shoulders; she is right. Besides, you're 15, this is no time to get tied down to a girl, or even a job.
From the voice of experience; I worked every single summer, and every holidy (including Christmas) since I was 17 (I'm 22 now). Granted, I enjoyed my jobs; but it was nothing compared to the lost time I could have spent travelling (before I was tied down with a girl or employment that I depend on) or with my family.
Have fun in Europe, and enjoy the freedom while it lasts.
i just can't get her outta my mind
It will take time; eventually when you sit down and review the facts; you realize that it may not be possible at this point in your life.
You cannot found a relationship from a POSSIBLE 2-hours-max a day, with someone a town away, who already has the attitude to avoid the relationship (because of logistical problems, not because of who you are)
At this point; it was a great experience, but I'd do whatever you can to put her on a back-burner.
ill just stay friends with her for a year or so and lets see what happens
Good idea, the best romantic relationships seem to spring from friendship. I think sometimes 'planning' to date someone makes the whole thing less romantic; almost industrial.