Man this is really just awful Bro. I'm really sorry.
When I got laid off from [my previous job], I was totally blindsided (although I really shouldn't have been, but that's another story) and hurt (clearly not in the way or degree you have been) and pissed. I thought I got jobbed and everyone I knew (inside and outside of the company) agreed. Especially hurtful/frustrating/rage causing was that the managing partner of the firm (a HUGE a-hole in the very best of times) who made the decision to lay me off, didn't say 1 word to me in the month+ I had before my last day. I'd been there for 7 years, doing everything they had ever asked me to do, including a ton of recruiting about what a great place it was to work, etc... and that a-hole doesn't even have the decency to say anything to me? Cowardly.
Anyway, several people told me that I should just walk out on my last day without giving that prick a second thought; however, I made myself walk down to his office and thank him for the opportunity. I could tell he was shocked and uncomfortable but that was not why I did it (just a happy bonus) and although my words were polite and professional in every way possible in my mind I was flipping him the bird. The real reason I walked down the hall, entered his huge office, and looked that pompous little troll square in the eyes is that: (a) I didn't want him to have ANY excuse to say any (true) negative word about me, ever, to anyone, and (b) I wanted him to see that I was not hurt/frustrated/mad (even though I was) because I will be damned if I am going to let him think he is that important. Bottom line, nobody would have blamed me if I'd avoided the situation altogether and I may have even been in my rights to march into his office and told him where he could shove it, but by masking my feelings I was able to act in a way I'll be proud of for the rest of my life.
Anyway, the above is a very long way of providing support for what I'm about to suggest you do regarding Her texts.
If you are asking my opinion on her texts I would advise you to do the following: Write a simple text back that says "Hey [you], thanks for the email and texts. Please don't worry about my stuff at you place. I'm not much of a stuff guy anyway and there was nothing I couldn't replace. Regarding the chest, I do want you to keep it as I made it/refurbished it for you. Hope you are doing well. Much love, TFC".
The above would be simple, clean, and classy. No hard feelings or awkward potentially hurtful meetings.
On a side note, do you know how I figured out I was in love (real love) with [My wife]all those years ago? It was the moment that I realized that although I didn't think we were ever going to be together and I was pretty sure she didn't feel the same way about me, I just wanted nothing but the best for her. It was pure and unconditional and I really think that's what you have for Her. It hurts now, but I know (and she knows) you wish her nothing but the best.
love you brother!