The next day, Mary Jo, Carlene, Anthony, Julia and Alison were sitting in the office. Mary Jo had been looking through the papers Julia got yesterday and she couldn't believe it.
"I don't believe it. I do not believe this." Mary Jo stated.
"Don't believe what?" Carlene asked.
"The address on these papers. I just can't believe it." Mary Jo said.
"Mary Jo, do you mind explaining to the group why you can't believe it? When I went there it was just a woman and her two children." Julia stated.
"Julia, I can't believe you didn't recognize it. Remember when we went to see J.D. before he moved to Cincinnati?" Mary Jo asked. Julia nodded.
"Yes I remember." Julia replied.
"Well this is his address. He lived in this apartment about a year or so ago." Mary Jo said.
"What? How is that possible?" Julia questioned.
"It just is. I don't believe it. Could it really be? Before he left for Cincinnati I asked him about the two of us having a child because we'd been close and even contemplated that idea when we were together years ago. I wonder how I didn't know or why he didn't tell me about this." Mary Jo said.
"He might not have known that you'd be the one that would choose his description. If you remember you didn't have names of men on the list. You had numbers and characteristics." Julia stated.
"True. Here I'm going to call him and see if he's given any donations lately." Mary Jo said. She walked over to the phone, picked up the phone and dialed. She waited patiently. "Hello?" She paused. "Hi. Remember me?" She laughed. "Yeah, well I was calling because I had a question to ask you. When we talked about having a child together, oh say a year or so ago and we decided not to, you didn't decide to give any kind of donation did you?" She paused. "Well, the reason I asked is because I found the papers from when I was inseminated and it had the address of your old apartment. So it wasn't you? Okay, if you're sure. Well how are you doing anyway?" She paused for a really long time. "Oh that's good. I'm glad. Tell the kids I said hi next time you have them. Bye." Mary Jo hung up the phone.
"What'd he say?" Carlene asked.
"He said that it wasn't him. He said he didn't know how his old address ended up on it. He's happily married. He's been married about two months." Mary Jo said.
"That's odd. Could anybody have lived in his apartment? I mean if he moved out months ago and this woman has only lived there for a week or so, it could have been somebody else who lived in the building between those times." Carlene stated.
"True. I will have to look into who lived in that building." Mary Jo replied.
"Who could it be?" Anthony asked.
"I don't know, but I intend to find out."