So today was date #3 with the recently-separated-woman (yes, if this continues I’m going to need to give her a nickname.) We went to the beach. Weather said it was getting to 79 in the NYC area but wow was it colder by the beach. Not surprising.
If there was zero wind it wouldn’t have been so bad, but there was PLENTY of wind. She kept her clothes on over her bathing suit, I took mine off, went just bathing suit. I needed color badly and wasn’t letting this stop me. It was so windy we couldn’t sit on the beach chairs so we laid on the bed sheet that I brought. We nuzzled, spooned and laid there.
It was very fun, great talking, some kissing, though I hate making PDA’s that are too long.
We then went to dinner and after that II was so tired. I know she had a pretty long hall pass tonight but I couldn’t hang anymore, I was beat from being out in the daylight, and from not sleeping well that night.
Took her to her office where she parked, did some more kissing on the street.
It was our longest date yet, about 7 hours in total.
Then came home to texts asking me if anything else was up with me because she was getting a “weird vibe” from me.
I told her i had nothing else on my mind. And of course that wasn’t good enough, so we then spoke at 10:30, apparently I wasn’t initiating enough physical engagement. She’s also weirded out if I’m quiet for too long in the car.
I don’t feel the need to fill every silence with something. I’m good with some silences. As for the physical engagement, ok I can see that. I wasn’t initiating cuddles on the beach. It’s not something I’m really inclined to do on the beach. I mean, perhaps she wouldn’t either of it weren’t cold and windy.
She’s also still asking me more questions about past relationships. I guess she really sees me as a potential relationship, not just a transitional man or just something physical.
We did some making out on the street as we said goodbye, no big make out session like the first two dates. Honestly I was konked out from the day. I told her that was it, nothing more, though I don’t think she believed it.
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