And idgaf if I used to date him. Key word USED TO. You’re a fucking dumb ass bitch nigga. Like wtf did I ever see in your ass?! You’re not even an idiot for not being with me but the other shit you DO BOYYYYYY.Tf?! I ain’t about to pull no cards thoughhhhh. That awkward moment when you overlook shit because you loved a person. fuck that, you’re an idiot Travis. I could go on but I won’t. And his friends who follow me on here, don’t send me shit. This is my fucking Tumblr. Imma say what the fuck I want and plus yall don’t want that beef anyways.
*drinks Vanilla chai tea*
Well, I feel better lls =) Once in awhile I tend to be immature. Soothes the soul, even though he doesn’t deserve the energy I just gave him. *shrug*
=] you know what, I forgive you for everything. The drama, the “pregnancy”, everything. I have no reason to hold onto the negative energy anymore. This post made me realize I have no reason to hold ill feelings towards you anymore, because I’m in a better place within myself now. After we broke up, I realized there wasn’t something really wrong with you, it was something wrong with myself. And it took me six months to really sit and reevaluate my life and what I was doing with it.
Reading this post from you let me realize I have no reason to really be upset with you. The past is the past, and I’m happy now, so there’s no real reason to be concerned with being upset about it. I have no regrets.
I hope you sit and really figure yourself out, and have peace within yourself. But I’m at peace with absolutely everything that has happened between us. I truly forgive you for everything. I feel good now. May God bless with inner peace and love for yourself.
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