I'm kind of in the same position. I texted a long time with a guy and recently we met up. It was really nice but not that the sparks flew up or something. But he's a nice guy.
What does "let's see where this goes" really mean?
What does "let's see where this goes" really mean? - guyQ by AskMen
We started seeing each other initially as friends — we have a lot of shared interests — and then one day he jumped on me and the relationship became increasingly physical. So far, so good — until we were both looking at something on his laptop, and a dating website came up as one of his most visited sites. I asked him about this, and told him that while I had no wish to pry into his personal life, the question for me was whether he was looking to keep his options open for now, it being early days. A quick Google search on his user name revealed another three, all with very recent logins. At that stage I was ready to end the relationship and leave him to it.
If He Says 'Let's See Where Things Go,' It's Going Nowhere
The early days of dating someone new can be wonderful. Part of that is recognizing if something about them seems off. If, in the first stage of seeing someone, you see too many of these red flags flying instead of fireworks, you might want to look for love elsewhere. The same red flag applies to any service industry folk, like ticket takers, ushers, baristas, and bartenders.
The first girl I've had any real feelings for since my ex. I'm not sure if I'm ready for a relationship right now. But I don't want to lose you. I like how things are.