Alexandra made her way to the humor and hijinks festival in town. She barely made it to the entrance before she came face to face with someone she hoped to never see again.
"I have been looking all over this awful city trying to find you!" Wolfgang shouted as he scowled at her. Alexandra opened her mouth to speak but he cut her off.
"You had no right to pack up and leave. Do you have any idea how much this child can mess up my future. My parents are threatening to disown me. This is our baby and I have a right to have a say in if we keep it our not. I don't want it and I don't care if you do. It needs to disappear. That way you can come back to Willow Creek and we can have our old life back. "
Alexandra had heard enough and held up her hand. Wolfgang paused waiting to hear what she had to say.
"How dare you come at me like that. You made it clear you didn't want this child but I do. I left Willow Creek to raise our son or daughter on my own. I don't need shit from you. You are the father of this child but you have no right to tell me what to do with my body. I am the one that has to carry this baby for 9 months not you. I don't care what your parents think or if you lose your trust fund you spoiled brat. I don't want my old life back and I don't want you back. You showed me exactly the kind of person you are when you up and abandon me when I told you I was pregnant. I am having this child and I don't want you involved at all. I don't need your help I can do this all by myself. I've been taking care of myself since I was 16." All the pent up rage, anger, and sadness she had been feeling these past few weeks she unleashed on him and it felt amazing.
Wolfgang was speechless for a moment and then uttered only two more sentences before he walked away. "Fine we are through but I won't be paying child support. Also do not even think of giving that mistake my last name."
Alexandra headed back to her apartment not in the mood for the festival anymore. She curled up in bed rubbing her belly whispering to her child you are not a mistake as she drifted off to sleep.