So there was this girl I like, and I thought she liked me too, which is what the online conversations (deep ones) and times hanging out during our off period in the library led me to believe. With the help of probably my best friend (that kind of stuff isn't quantifiable) as well as an online friend, I finally was able to make myself ask her out, although because it was the first time I had ever done such a thing, I only was able to make myself do it through online chat, and even that was difficult to do. After I had sent the message, she replied saying that it was unexpected, and then didn't say anything else for a few minutes before going offline. I had to send a text message asking for her response, and she came online again a minute later. Basically, she said that she was flattered but that life was too hectic with school and stuff at the time. I said that if there was ever a time when it wasn't too hectic, that the offer still stood or something like that.So, somewhat obviously I guess, maybe not, it has been a little awkward since then, and not having an off period together hasn't helped. We've talked a fair amount online, though it's mainly just been confined to basketball. With a sadie hawkins styled dance coming up this week, I've been thinking about this a little more and really just don't know what I should do or what I should think or anything really. Eh.
Not Sure Anymore
To be completely honest with you it sounds like a polite rejection to me.The response she gave was a generic "it's not you, it's me" response.Sorry.
The problem with that is that it had been completely obvious that she was stressed out with school (we're both basically doing the most rigorous thing you can do, and it is very rigorous).