I didn’t know what to think after I got that phone call.
So I didn’t think. I just got in the car and went to the Science Center.
Last time I was here I was concerned I was pregnant with a child I didn’t want. Victor’s child. Now he’s gone and that child will never exist.
I went home and I just looked at that stupid statue. I am going to have to get rid of that thing. One day.
An hour after I got home I saw that stupid “fake” Victor floating around. I wish the stupid Science freaks could fix that.
Except…he stopped in front of me.
“Yeah, babe, it’s me.”
I never once doubted it was him. I’ve never been so happy!
The next morning we headed downstairs for breakfast.
“Liddy, I’ve always loved you. But, if you can’t love me like this I understand. You are free to do as you wish without life…even if it doesn’t include me.”
“Vic…when you died…I didn’t know –”
I just lost it. Knowing he was back was incredible. I would do anything for this man. I didn’t realize how much I loved him until he was gone.