Dating things talk
You could each write down questions on scraps of paper--serious and fun so the mood doesn't get too heavy - and throw them into jars (yours in one, his in another).
Take turns fishing out questions and answering them.
Ultimately, when you are stuck for something to say on the phone, consider just listening.
One of the best things you can do for a person that you like is to listen.
I would think that after talking to someone for four weeks, you could be more comfortable talking about certain things that would be too personal earlier, or your gray areas. I just don't want to screw it up for myselfi'm thinking that if you are running out of things to talk about you probably aren't in the right relationship..."The Boss" and i spent everyday for 3 months talking for a minimum of 7 hours a day. I say this as one who also has problems in conversation, but I have found that with the right partner there seems to be no issue at all. Take the long view on your life, because if she is the one, you wil be with her for a LONG time (hopefully). Now is the time to open up and share who you really are.
Or instead of talking about yourselves, talk about current events, or maybe a book you read last week, a movie you'd like to go see (you could also tell her you'd like some company when you go see it). I was actually planning on doing that this Saturday but it turns out She is going to Aruba for 8 days on the same day. )So I will plan it for when she comes back, when I asked her (before I knew about her trip) she didn't shoot it down right away. Tell her about the things that interest you and what you care about.
"It is possible, however, that you are currently in a mutually beneficial, casual hook-up situation. Spend some time thinking about whether or not the relationship is just fine for you as it is.If you want to avoid awkward silence, create a list of topics.