Ok, so i'll sum this up as quickly as possible.
Way back in Julyof last year I met this beautiful girl on the bus ride home. We get along alright, so I asked if she wanted to meet up and she says yes. It took a few weeks but we finally were able to hang out.
Now before we met up, she told me through text a few days after the bus ride that she had a boyfriend, and understood if I wanted to leave. I was bummed out, but I told her not to worry about it and we could still be friends. I've had this happen more than once before so it didn't really bother me. However, when we finally met for the first time, she was practically barraging me with compliments, and making jabs at how she wanted to break up with her boyfriend to get together with me. I'm not gonna lie, it was a great feeling to have an extremely attractive girl all over me just for me being myself. We had a great time then parted ways later, but she really went out of her way to hang out with me that day (she missed two GO trains just to stick around).
The next few meet-ups she would keep this up, but say some things that you just don't say to your male friends (example being "I'm a triple threat in the sack/I like Anal!") just straight out of the blue. Couple that with the constant praise and it's giving me vibes that she wants to date me. I was going to meet up with her a third time and ask her out right there, but things came up and we weren't able to meet up again until Halloween. I had loaned her my Scott Pilgrim books, and when I met up with her she wouldn't stop apologizing about her cancellations and whatnot. We hung out on Halloween, met up a time or two later, and she even found me at this book store Chapters while I was sketching and invited me to a movie with her little sister. The entire time I was there she wouldn't stop telling her little sister at how awesome I was.
Then she started being harder to get in touch with. I started teaching her little sister about Drawing, and I heard that she was just spending a lot of time with her boyfriend through her little sis. Literally the day I left for the holidays to Texas, she announced on Facebook that she had officially split up with her boyfriend for good. This actually caught me completely by surprise, and when I messaged her what happened she said that it was an extremely messy break-up. During the winter break i'd get a lot of facebook attention received from this girl for the littlest things, so I decided to ask her out as soon as I got back. She's into Star Trek, so I got her some trekkie gear as a holiday gift and her little sister something as well.
Then when I get back, it feels like she just up and disappears for no reason at all. She's back with her boyfriend again. I still see her little sister for a few weeks, but nothing from this girl. She doesn't even chat on facebook anymore, and when I asked her via text to meet up for coffee last week I didn't get a reply at all. I only got a text apology through her little sister's phone that "she was sorry".
Now here's why it's bugging me. I found out that i'll have to return home at the end of March all the way back in Texas to save up a lot of money if I ever want to study back in Canada again. I didn't realize this until the end of January, so I messaged all of my Canadian friends, old and new that I was leaving. Every one of my friends asked me if I was free the following week to hang out and when I was going, but this girl just asked when I was leaving, and that was it. No "oh i'm sorry you have to move!" or "let's hang out and talk about it!" like every other person.
It was kinda hurtful, especially since it feels like i've been getting the cold shoulder ever since I got back from Texas. It feels like I really have to hunt down this girl just to chat with her, and to be honest it feels like if I didn't tell her that I was leaving she wouldn't even bother chatting at all.
I'm gonna feel a mix of rejection, upset and offended if we hang out right before I leave, cause then it'll feel like she only came because i'm potentially leaving Canada for good and I helped her and her sister out so much this past year.
So lately i've been letting that get the better of me, and I need some help getting over this girl. I have feelings for this girl cause she lead me on for so long, but i've concluded that she's pretty much moved on from me entirely and i'm having trouble accepting that. The reason why this is really bugging me is because i'm nowhere near as busy as I used to be thanks to not being in school. All my school buddies are swamped with work to hang out with me, and I have to stick around the house a lot to start the massive ordeal of packing.
So this results in a lot more alone time than I want, and it's clouding my sense of judgement. I figure if I keep trying to make something happen with this girl scenario it's only going to go down, and right now if I want to get out of this without looking like some sort of creep I need to just hold out from this until I leave in march.
So what are some things I can do to keep my mind away from this girl?