Depends on the spaces between the winks measured in distance not time.
Venus is close to the horizon when you see it these days, so its light is going through many miles of our atmosphere. All this atmosphere roiling around as it does causes the light to bend, twist and sometimes bl<x>ink. I suggest that before you consider an "interspacial relationship" wait until late spring when Venus can be see fairly high above the horizon after sunset, when its light appears steady. Then make your decision. You may become disenchanted then, but you might still consider keeping Venus on as a friend.