I met this girl about a month ago. I've got her email and phone number. Last time I tried to reach her was via a phone message and then an email about a week later, the latter about 3 weeks ago. Neither got a response till yesterday, when I found a reply to that email in my inbox. Saying sorry for not writing back, various things are outta hand, etc. Problem 1: She's moving around, waiting to move into a house, and has sparse access to email. To her credit, she did mention this in the first place. So in short, email clearly is not a timely means of contact. Problem 2: She seems to work a lot, or at least seems to be working at times I would normally call. So I get no answer. And I at least know better than to try calling over and over throughout the week. Problem 3: She is having trouble getting voicemail, but besides that I'm horrible at leaving it. For the past couple weeks I had figured I killed myself there. Turns out she never got it, which is an act of providence as far as I'm concerned. It was a trainwreck. No more voicemails. I don't think she's avoiding me, else I wouldn't have gotten that email. She's continuing to seem very open and friendly, says things in future tense, all good signs from what I can see, though I'm also a big dope in these kind of situations. Now what I'm getting at is this: I know where she works, since I met her there. I know a few timeframes in which she could probably be found there. I was pondering just showing up and offering lunch for... well, lunch, or dinner after work. I know I'm overthinking this, but I honestly don't know if that's a good move or if I should just wait around some more and see if she tries harder to reach me? If I wait a week or two then she ought to be moved in and online, but who knows. She should have my phone number, but it's possible she lost it. She's got one missed call from me today though. I don't wanna seem like a stalker following her around, but something's gotta give for anything to proceed here. I don't even know if there's anything Vaginari-al to it, doesn't matter, I just need to meet some people in this strange new town I'm in.