The Best Thing I Never Had
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The Best Thing I Never Had

Thank you for absolutely nothing -- well that's not true.

The Best Thing I Never Had

To the boy who was never my "Boyfriend" (Yes, I mean boy when I say boy), well I guess you were just "The Best Thing That I Never Had." Here all of the reason why you're better off without him, and girl, tell that boy bye!

You definitely missed out!

You know how the saying goes "It's not's me." Well this this time I believe it is definitely you! Whoever you may be thinking about at this current moment, who ever semi broke your heart, is at a complete loss. They've missed out on a fun, loving, caring and supportive women, who would have probably had your back through thick and thin, but it's all gone now, and that is a total bummer.

Thinking back now on all of these guys who fit right into this list of a category, I have realized so much about myself! Not in a, oh I tried this and I didn't like it kind of way, but I have learned my morals, my worth, my self respect, and of course I could go on. But I honestly do not think that I would have known this really about myself without going through experiences like this.

Pretty much it's like not going to that party over the weekend, and seeing your friends on Monday and hearing about how much fun it was and how you missed out.

You really never got to know "me."

You only got to see what I allowed to show. You definitely didn't care about knowing the true me, and just settled for what you could get, and I obviously noticed the minimum effort you put in to that.

In the words of Queen B, "It sucks to be you right now." I have goals, my head on straight and full of life and adventure that I cannot wait to share with someone someday, and sadly that someone will most definitely not be you.

We just were not on the same page.

This tends to happen in "relationships" or when you're "talking to someone" -- you are not quite always on the same page. I believe everyone has a path and there are things that are suppose to occur along your journey and other things that are not, and I take this as something that was just not meant to be!

But you know what? There is someone else on my path who will take the time to get to know me, laugh with and at me, cherish the memories we share and create together, enjoy the time we spend with each other and most of all truly love each other and that will mean so much more and last so much longer than my cry fest about you and the ice cream I am eating to recover!

I believe everything happens for a reason, so stay positive my friends.

Thank God you blew it.

As hard as it was to get over you, I am thankful that I did! Why? Because even though you do not believe you have changed me, I would be lying if I denied it!

You taught me some life lessons that I could not necessarily teach myself. You strengthened the confidence that I hid in myself. You cared when you said you didn't care, and this has helped me become more independent. You taught me that my time is precious and I shouldn't just waste it with just anybody. You taught me that my friends/roommates have a great sense of judgement and I should probably listen to them (oops!). But most importantly you taught me how to enjoy life. Every moment I spent with you, I will never forget because I lived in the moment with you. I will never forget those moments and I can not wait to share them with someone who actually loves me.

I wouldn't be where I am right now without you. I wouldn't be as career driven as I am. I wouldn't be putting my heart and soul into my passion. I honestly would probably still be chasing after a dream of you and me that I wanted to make a reality, but I knew that was never coming. But it's OK, do not feel bad for the time I spent figuring out "this" because I will not be wasting anymore of it on anyone who does not deserve it. And most importantly earn it.

Without you I feel free, but I have to thank you for putting a spontaneous bone in my body (Thank you). I have done things that I never thought I would have done, and finally started living life to the fullest (after almost 21 years).

So thank you for being "The Best Thing I Ever

Never Had!"

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