Here's the setting:
Blake and I met while in graduate school, taking a couple of classes together. She had this quiet intelligence about her that was really attractive, and on one wintry night, I asked her out for a date - to which she agreed and we started dating.
Here's the problem:
For our third date, she invited me to dinner at her place. After dinner, we watched a movie, sitting very close to each other. She said things like, "yeah ... I've watched this movie like a million times already ..." and other things to try and hint that watching the movie wasn't the point. Yet, I still couldn't muster up enough courage to make a move on her. So we just sat there together and watched the movie in utter silence, with her periodically repeating some lines from the movie. The movie ends, and she offers me to stay the night. I agreed, volunteering to take the couch in the living room, while she went back to her bedroom to sleep.
I never got another chance to see her again after this night, and I think that I may have possibly offended Blake, by not making a move on her, even though the setting was perfect. Every time I asked her for a date after this, she said she had plans already.
And here's my question:
How can I communicate to Blake that I truly enjoyed my three dates with her and would love to see her again?