I didn't realize she was going to be shy too, we grabbed ice cream and went and walked on Galveston beach. The weather was perfect, it wasn't raining and it was actually nice and cool outside compared to what it normally is. I guess the date was a little boring to her, I asked questions about her and got to know her and she asked a few about me in return, and after about 20 minutes of walking on the beach she gets a call from her mom telling her that her grandma fell, so she had to go, well I've heard just about every excuse in the book for bailing on a date, but I gave her the benefit of the doubt. The entire date from me meeting her to the time I got back to my car was 40 minutes. lol First dates are usually a bit awkward, I mean it takes more than one meeting to feel comfortable and open up. She admitted she was shy too, so I don't really see what went wrong, other than just needing a little more time to get to know one another. She wasn't all that interesting either, but I like to give people more than one date to see what I think. Maybe walking on the beach was too boring? I kind of think that's bs that she gave me 20 minutes and basically bailed out. I drove 40 minutes to meet her and paid for her food too.
Most Helpful Girl
At least you dodged a bullet. But if you really like her, ask her out again, perhaps this time it will be better? Good luck0
Most Helpful Guy
Nice tale however I think that you should follow through and try to see her again. Shy girls like romantic dates where not much happens because they are less stressful. They can relax and worry more about what they are going to say than keeping third emotions in check.
Sadly grandparents do randomly fall and get hurt. Sadly this is a regular occurance. With old people like you said give her the benefit of the doubt. If you liked the date try going on a mother one with her.0
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