First of all, I know how to buy flowers. That isn't the crux of the problem. It's just that she just isn't another babe I'm trying to land but someone whom I am rather fond of. Once upon a time we had some chemistry but before anything serious developed (we were planning on going on our first date) I suddenly moved away due to work and she did the same and somehow we lost contact. I never thought I saw her again until fast forward four years later, literally last week, I went into a restaurant and there she was bartending. I was delightfully shocked to say the least. The chemistry is still there, strong on my part but restrained on her. During our catching up, I found out that her serious boyfriend just passed away due to illness. Serious as in she was contemplating a permanent relationship with him. Anyway, she said that she needs time to get her self back together and understandably so. I have nothing but time so being patient is no biggie. I know how to give a woman room and space. I told her that I never thought I'd get to see her again so this encounter is a blessing and that I won't blow it by being demanding. I'll bide my times. Meanwhile I told her that my strong feelings for her hadn't changed, though I wouldn't press the issue. The ball is in her court and if all she wants is for us to be friends only then I will be content with that. Or if and when she's ready to explore the romantic prospects, I'm OK with that too. It's not that I'm desperate for female company (I have two honeys lined up right now), and while this woman is truly a special one, I wouldn't be a monk waiting for her. Nonetheless, I was thinking about sending her flowers once a week on every Monday. So the questions are: 1. Is that too much? Flowers every Monday? A little something to remind her that I'm still here thinking of her. 2. What sort of bouquet should I send her? Roses are too lame and I don't want a generic mix either. What sorts of flowers would make a woman feel good yet still hints that a guy out there having romantic feelings for her? She's 30-years-old.