So there is a drop-dead beautiful girl that I think is actually interested in me. We work for the same company, but we're at different locations. We've become quite acquainted with one another during a weekly training session over the past 5 weeks.
I found out her bachelor degree is in interior design and since I'm doing a historical renovation of my 93-year-old house, I asked her to check it out and give me some advice. She came over and it was a mutually pleasant experience.
During the training session 2 days later, I asked if she was going to the company picnic, which was the following day. She didn't RSVP, but I know the person putting it on so getting access wasn't a problem. Soon after the training session was over she texted me "this is my cell phone number if you need to get in touch with me ever."
To me that is a clear sign, right? I texted her back "thank! Will do". In hindsight I should have extended the same offer...anyways.
The next day she texted me asking if it was too late to go to the picnic. I asked if she wanted me to pick her up. At first she said yes on the phone, but then she texted me later (5hours before the picnic)saying she'd drive because she has to run errands.
Picnic time comes and we're getting into more personal questions (nothing intimate). But it seems like we had an enjoyable time.
I think I'm going to ask her out, but at the same time I feel so insecure because she is out of my league.
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You know, I thought the same thing about a guy -- "he's out of my league" -- because of his profession and rank. Because of our work set up, I considered it a professional conflict of interest and proceeded to ignore any attention he was giving me because I had it in mind that he was just being nice and not actually interested in me. WELL, one day he just got extremely upset and stopped speaking to me. No explanation, no preamble. He just handed me everything on the project we were working on and told me to work with someone else.
Four years he'd been sitting on his feelings, and four years I'd cluelessly ignored the signs he was sending me. Did I miss out? Possibly. I'll never know because I didn't go down that path.
Bottom line? Ask her out. There's know way of knowing if she's in or out of your league unless you try.0