I've been divorced for two years and have been dating on and off and have had two relationships, but have not fallen in love. Lately I've set my eyes on a lovely lady, but I think I came on too strong with my Valentine's message. It was a Power Point with orchides that I did, mostly about friendship and how happy I was to have her in my eyes. I know I should have waited, but I wanted to be bold. We've known each other as acquaintances for a year, but have started dating in the last two weeks. I'm afraid I drove her away and so I will keep away. I really can't see the point in apologizing because I basically didn't do anything terrible. I simply acted on impulse and in retrospect I know that was a mistake. Did I lose her interest for ever? I hope not, but if I did, at least I tried.
Why has she not answered my message?
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It's possible the "friendship" part made her think you weren't that serious. Even though it was a generous gift - you took the time to create something for her - it wasn't exactly a bunch of flowers if you get my meaning. You should have sent her some flowers with a card and left it at that. I don't think you have driven her away but I think she's disappointed by what you did as opposed to it being too "strong".1
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