This all started November of 2007. I met a girl at at a friends house; and that is all it was. I met her, did not really think twice of it. Then I saw her again in March. Again, just at my friends house - nothing to really marvel about. Then in June she added me as a friend on Facebook. Which, of course, means nothing. But then we started to talk on Facebook a lot, and then even more. Like, well write each other every single day after work and talk about things. Finally, she said that she would like for there to be something between us. It really surprised me but I really like her like that, too. The only problem is that she lives and goes to school about two hours away. Im writing this because, this weekend, she visited this weekend and it was actually the first time we did something just the two of us together. It was such a great time but then when she left I realized that I dont know when Ill even see her again. Talking online is good and all, but it really does not let you develop any sort of serious relationship. So Im wondering, do you think this can work? Are long-distance relationships where you will only see the person every few months possible? I mean, I would really like for it to work, but I dont want to get my hopes up if things are just not realistic. It makes me feel so depressed because I am not the type of person who meets lots of girls and has lots of relationships and to feel this way about someone is really a rarity in my life. So its like, I want to pursue it, but I do not want to get my hopes too high on something that is, in the end, not going to become anything. Should I just leave it as being friends who talk or should I try to make it a real relationship?