My eye doctor brings in a new second doctor every once in a while, I guess to handle most of the menial check-ups. To my frustration, I have a crush on this current one. I'm due to visit the office one last time in a week or two. What then? YANMD, at least, I hope not.
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As luck had it, I needed to get a new brand of contacts this year, and ended up with two visits, with a different brand trial each time. First impression was that the second brand seemed better, and she preferred them also, so assuming I'd stick with it, she ordered an extra trial to hold me over until my full order came in.
Based on the responses from the threads above, and my own acquaintances, I was determined to ask her out the second time, but that exam room is so small, it just felt too awkward. There's a back waiting room that's more open, but there were patients. We made some small talk during the exam, but I didn't want to distract her or hold her up.
I called a short while later to clarify about my contacts order (really), but wasn't able to get her directly. So when I pick up the final trial pair, which I figure will just be through reception, what should I do then?
I'd likely only go on a Saturday, so it could be just before they officially open, which I did last time. Would I be able to talk to her without an actual visit? I'd hate to ask that she call me back for something unimportant. Perhaps leave a tongue-in-cheek card for her one-month anniversary there, which it'll be at around then? Or a note and say it's a recipe she had asked for? Whatever I'd do, I'd try to make it easy for her to decline, being a busy doctor and all.
Thanks in advance.