a whole weekend? is that suppose to be a challenge? Either we're bored and/or have other prospects
if she was expecting to hear from me, i wouldn't leave her hanging without some kind of warning or explanation.
If I was busy and had previous plans.. I would tell them I am not calling.. camping and such
I would have to be absolutely gutted with a partner to do that even then I would most likely txt
I'm not a guy...but I've written on here before. Maybe he is moving into a new stage. He's "caught" you, and now he's cooling his heels a little. Maybe the pursuit is over for now, and he is relaxed with knowing you'll be there when he's ready. Just speculating, though. I think you might be able to figure more out if you compare the way he is acting now to how he acted on the weekends before.
Well..you've only been dating a month...maybe you're getting too involved or attached too soon? Honestly, I think that a lot of guys have a sort of relationship ADHD. I have a friend who knows a lot of guys. They are interested in her and smother her a bit, and then they disappear for a while. Then one hears that she's dating another one and has a fit, even though he hasn't contacted her in a while. It's nutty. I'd step back a bit and just try to go slow and easy. Find out if he is a grownup or not. A dating relationship shouldn't lead to all kinds of analysis and stress, especially this early on.
Did you call him?
Well now you know.
No, and I'm pretty comfortable being alone.
Not by choice, but in the days I was dating we didn't have cell phones, etc., so we had to be both at home at the same time to talk to each other.
Or he's just very busy?
Or he doesn't carry his cell phone everywhere... I'm the same way, I don't bother with my phone unless I'm relaxing.
Heck, my cell sits in my van for emergenies only.
It's only one weekend, give him a bit more slack before you start to worry.