THE MOVING VAN IS PULLING AWAY SO NOW HE'S IN??? WELL...
THE SYSTEM says that he needs to slow down a bit. He is watching the moving van with the ex pull away but does that mean he has a clear shot at his neighbor? He needs to consider some things first and get coaching before he proceeds.
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I stumbled on your website when I was surfing around the net looking for dating advice. I’m in a state of indecision here. Maybe you can help me out.
I moved out of New York City to a Long Island suburb about a year ago. (I’m divorced and in my forties and got tired of the hectic life in Manhattan after many years. I date sporadically, but nothing steady.) Directly across the street lived a family that included two adolescent kids. We were friendly, but only in passing. The one person in the family who made an impression on me was the wife, whose name is Alexis. She’s strikingly attractive – slim, leggy, and athletic, basically everything I dig in a woman as far as looks go. In the warm weather she ran around the front yard in skimpy outfits, sometimes a bikini, and – and I’m ashamed to admit this – I pulled out my binoculars once or twice for a better look. But since she was married, I put her out of my mind.
One morning back in the late summer a moving van pulled up to Alexis’ house and the movers began taking out furniture and other items and stuffing them into the truck. It turned out that Alexis and her husband Bill were splitting up. Here was my chance.
I’ve not seen Alexis dating at all since her husband moved out. He comes around to pick up the kids, and as far as I can tell, their separation is amicable. When I asked about it once, she just said “I’m doing great, but I wish that Bill would move on. The divorce will be final in a matter of weeks.”
Anyway, now that she’s legally free, I want to ask Alexis out, but I’m not sure exactly how to do it. She’s always very friendly to me, but our conversations never go beyond the mundane. What would you suggest that I do? How do I get across that I’m interested in her as more than a neighbor?
But see, Doc, I’m a little concerned that if I say something like, “Hey, how about dinner and a movie,” she might say no and then there I am, the loser neighbor across the street, know what I mean? Just the same, it seems a complete shame for a gorgeous available woman to go to waste when I’m in the market.
Any suggestions how I might make my move?
Grant - who’s never been faced with something like this
DOC LOVE'S ANSWER
Well, as my cousin Fast Eddie Love would say, “There’s a little bit of the voyeur in all of us!” But you’ve got to ask yourself something, pal – why is this babe running around three-quarters naked in her front yard where every guy on the block can have a gander at her? If she was just doing it in her backyard that would be one thing, because nobody would see her -- assuming that she has a fence, of course. But doing the “Baywatch shimmy” in full view of the entire neighborhood indicates that we might have an exhibitionist on our hands here. So is this habit of hers something, or is it nothing at all? Maybe Alexis belongs on Desperate Housewives.
When the moving van rolled up that day to haul hubby’s belongings off, you must have been doing cartwheels, my friend. So here was your shot, and it was all the better because it looked to you like there was no animosity between the principals involved. There wasn’t going to be any irate ex-spouse marching across the street and punching you in the nose for trying to move in on his territory.But the fact is...
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