How she may have interpreted my "final" text?

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How she may have interpreted my "final" text?

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    Superrocco3
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    May 27, 2016 at 12:35 am #101515
    How she may have interpreted my "final" text?

    Alright, I met a girl a few months back, tried asking her to the movies, got no response, decided she most likely wasn’t interested. A few weeks after that, she invited me to a bar, where we briefly ran into each other and simply said hi (I was a bit wasted, she said she got the impression so we didn’t get to talk). Eventually, I tried asking her to a bar and to go on a hike where she told me she couldn’t because she had to drive home to handle things. She has graduated now and wanted to get people’s impression of how she may have viewed my “last” text I sent her :

    “I see, well have a good life and all, since your graduating. With ____ class done and you moving on, I’ll probably not hit you up anymore unless you want to talk or have code questions. So this is my farewell text to ____, the undergraduate girl who invited me out and gave me hand but never was able to get to know. Maybe on day I’ll be able to repay that kindness, maybe not, either way have a good life. [Shorten Version]


    Superrocco3
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    June 3, 2016 at 12:33 am #102063

    Any interpretation of the text would be helpful. Just looking for different perspectives of the situation.