Hi Suzanne, many thanks for your reply.
This is essentially what I had been planning to do. However, on Thursday (4 days after our first meeting and the first time we had been in contact since, aside from to say that we had enjoyed each other company and would like to meet again etc) I found out that he had broken his foot (I was already aware that it was causing him a problem after running the Great North Run the previous week) and subsequently our second date has had to be postponed as he is housebound. In your opinion would it be acceptable to wait until our next meeting, which may be a while as oppose to discussing it via text/ email?
I am also wondering, as this is my first real experience of 'dating', having ended a long term relationship of 4 years in May whether it is 'normal' to have little contact between dates? I am aware from conversation that he does not want to appear 'pushy' and also has many other commitments, as do I. If I'm honest I feel a little out of my comfort zone as upon meeting I found myself disclosing informatio which I would never normally dream of telling somebody that i had only just met (or some longer standing friends to for that matter) an feeling fairly comfortable doing so.
Thanks for your response and information. My previous statement was clearly misleading as my notion of 'over disclosure' related to answering questions posited regarding family ect which would by others probably be deemed 'normal', however for myself, responses required more explanation. I wouldn't dream of initiating contact with this man if he does not contact me. My origional question was whether you felt that if he does contact it would be acceptable to leave the discussion regarding age until a second meeting or state facts via phone/ email at the time of his contact?