10. Supreme Court, Part One
We are on our way to Indianapolis, our room is fixed, the Reid family happily agree to take care of our animals, and Dad and his lawyer have everything talked out. We don’t have to do school today. Mom tells Asher, Cohen, Ruth, and I we can learn government through court. Today is a rainy and humid day. Indianapolis is two and a half hours away. Since court starts at one, we leave at ten. Dad always likes earlier, especially since Levi and Grace are small. The younger kids think this ride is so long. They've never been to Florida, cause I took a trip during the time when we lived in Texas, and I know that trip was very long. We take a very long highway to Indianapolis, and then we take several smaller streets 'till we found Washington street. The courthouse is a light grey, has lots of steps, and antique-style columns. My dad finds the parking place, and we jump out of the van.