So a little while back I started a thread about my ex that I haven't seen in about 5 years, and how we've been talking about going out for a drink, now that we are both single again. I thought I would start a fresh one since the situation has changed quite a bit.
I've been single for about 4 months after a 4 year relationship. The girl in question was my previous gf to the most recent one, and we were together for almost 3 years. Ever since we broke up we've kept a bit of contact, mainly over Facebook (although we aren't Facebook friends). Mostly just checking in, catching up.. Sometimes I would mention my gf and sometimes she would mention her dating life, or boyfriends that she had along the way - she never seemed to stay with anyone for very long.
When my recent ex and I broke up, I told her about it (she commented on a photo of us being "cute" and I told her "thanks, we actually broke up recently") she mentioned how her and the guy she was seeing broke it off in the summer, and how she is really jaded with dating and how she keeps meeting losers. In our chat about dating she mentioned that I am good bf material because I'm attractive and have my shit together etc..
I ended up mentioning that we should get a drink and she obliged, but it never happened... She soft flaked the first time saying she had other plans that night, and then I asked her to come along to my staff xmas party (this was a big fuck up on my part) to which she rejected in the idea, in the nicest way possible.
This was about a month ago and we haven't chatted since.. I'm really interested in the idea of seeing her and possibly having sex with an ex girlfriend, I still find her very attractive, I'd say she's an 8.5
I'm not sure how to go about re-hashing the conversation at this point. My original idea was just to freeze out after she rejected the xmas party, and figured she would have contacted me by now, but I have a feeling she might be just waiting for me to do the same thing. We haven't exchanged numbers, only chatting over FB at the moment, which makes it a bit more tricky for sure.
Any advice is appreciated!