I met this girl at a party this past weekend. It seemed like we hit it off alright, danced together, she took a photo of the two of us, we exchanged contact info, I was pleased.
According to her, it was the first or second party she'd been to and she really wasn't there that long I don't think. She left somewhere after we had danced and I saw her sitting around looking kind of bored after that (though I was occupied with friends at the time) and then I saw her take off (though she did take the time to stop a phone conversation I was having to say goodbye).
Did you say: Well, if you have any free time, let me know so we can get that coffee together.
I don't think you dropped the ball. If I were you I would just continue the mailing and get to know more about her, what are her interests, tastes, etc. This will be helpful later to organize outings and activities with her.
Don't sound too eager about it. Casual with maybe a slight hint of your anticipation if you really have to, but make sure that you make her want to go with you, hook her in.
Take her mind off the things that she's busy on. The things that she mentioned to you: A lot of homework and part time job.
Maybe, ask her out? Give a her good time on your company with her.
when are you going to meet her?
so when are you going to meet her?
I would say call her, not right away, too much too fast is scary for a girl, but a phone call, even if it is a short one, is nice to receive rather than a text that you can sit there and think of the perfect thing to say before sending it.