Here's the scenario: I'm out at the bar with some friends from work. I go up to the bar to grab another drink and make my way between a girl and her friend (I think). The girl starts talking to me, we hit it off, things seem cool -- I get her number and she tells me to give her a call sometime. About 10 minutes later as I'm walking away from the bar to leave and meet up with my friends near the entrance, she grabs me again / hugs me and whispers in my ear and says, "You're going to call me, right?" or something similar. So, this was on Friday -- I called her on Tuesday to see what she was up to this weekend. Again, bad timing -- it's Easter weekend. I got her voicemail and left her a message and it went something like this: "Hey Soandso, this is Kreigore. We met at the XYZ on Friday night. I wanted to see what you were up to this weekend. On Friday night, we could go ice skating at a local rink. Give me a call or I'll get in touch with you later." So, I called back about 5 hours later (around 8pm) to see if she was around and I got her voicemail again, but I didn't leave a message this time. Obviously, it's Thursday -- no time to really plan anything, especially with the holiday around the corner. The question is, would one call her again early next week or let it die and move onto the next one? Cliffs: Got a number, called for a date, left voicemail, called back alittle later on, got voicemail again, didn't leave a message -- should I call again next week or forget it?