Hello, first I will tell you a story of my heart. I live in the greater Philadelphia area and I am a hopeless romantic at heart. Underneath all of my anguish and anger I only really want to find love. I met a beautiful girl at a craft convention yesterday while watching a gloss blower make a vase for her. The glass blower started the process of getting ready to create a "piece" and asked her what do you want me to make for you in front of this small audience today. He suggested a cup?, a vase?, a bowl?, She responded a vase. I turned to her and said 10 years ago I would have asked him "What kind of bowl?" She laughed. I continued with small kosher jokes until her vase was complete and the glass blower informed her she would have to return tomorrow to pick it up cause it needs to sit in a Kiln for 12 hours. She did her business with him and opted to pay when she picked it up. I got her attrention again by introducing myself, By the way my name is Chris, I wanted yo know if I could interest you in a cup of coffee sometime? She said yes and gave me her name. We exchanged phone numbers and parted. I came up with an idea to potentially begin a romance with a profound statement of who and how I think. I circled back to the glass blower and asked him to make a flower and leave it with the vase for this girl including a note from me which said, "I thought your vase could use a flower." -Chris. Se should have picked up the vase today along with the flower. Of course I have no way of knowing if she did as she opted to pay at pick up where I paid $25 dollars for the flower that day. I have been hoping wishing and wanting that text or call from her all day. So far it has not come. I question myself did I give her the wrong number. Is it too soon for me to contact her? General rule of thumb is call or text in three days. So my loneliness has hope but I only ever expect the worst so the let down is not so terrible. This could be a beautiful ending or a painful one. I felt I would share this with you as it is as real as it gets to be me.