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Not sure if a phone call is possible as I'm not sure how good the reception is where she is, plus I'd rather not put her in an awkward situation if she's with her daughter. Send her one and see if she replies and what she says. :)Send ONE along the lines of 'Hope your having a great time.
What do people think, should I send a quick message, or wait until after she got back? Looking forward to hearing about it when you get back' and then leave it alone unless she replies - and for goodness sake, don't get all p1ssy if she doesn't. When I'm on vacation, especially with family, I tend to leave my phone alone for days, perhaps glancing at it once a day or less, so don't think anything if she doesn't respond or waits until she gets back. Yeah I was just going to say I don't pay much attention to my phone when I'm on vacation. I'd wait until she got back, then ask her for a date with a definite, decisive plan.
But I'm prepared to be corrected which is why I posted.
I'm not saying I don't want to wait 6-7 days, I can (not sure about 2 weeks).
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