Ok bloggers, I need your advice.
There's this guy (what else would it be?) who we'll call "K". I met him a little over a year or so ago on a beach trip with a mutual friend, we'll call him "S". When I met K, I had just broken up with the plaid underwear guy, and I was pretty torn up. It's likely I wasn't thinking clearly.
So anyway, the whole beach group went out to a nightclub, and I heard a song that reminded me of plaid underwear guy, and it made me cry (stupid, I know, but go with me here.) Well K came to my rescue. He hugged me, tried to get me to forget it, danced with me, etc. He walked around with me holding my hand - which i don't remember, but that's what S told me. So anyway, after the drama ensued, and everyone went home, K gave me a kiss on the forehead, and later told S that he wished he had more time to get to know me better.
S and his girlfriend still to this day talk about this, and when I talk to S, I always joke and ask how "my boyfriend" is doing, and I know of at least once where K has said something to S about me. But they're men, they don't share these things with me.
So here's the question. I'm having a birthday party when I get back from Hawaii. S and girlfriend are invited (they live out of town), along with some other out of town folks. I want to invite K, who lives in TX. Not only do I want to invite him, I'd like to ask him to be my date for the party.
Is this too much? Should I just send him the invite and see how it goes? How do I say I'd like him to be my date?
Single sucks. It really, really sucks.