A Sunny Tomorrow
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"Jason and the Judge"
"Judge Baxter‘s office," a kind lady‘s voice said.
"I need to talk to Mr. Judge."
"Who is this?"
"This is Jason."
"Well, Jason, the judge is a very busy man. What do you want?" the lady
"Could you ask him if he is too busy to talk to a little boy with a problem?" Jason asked.
"Jason, the judge doesn‘t talk to people on the phone. He sees them in court."
"Yes ma‘am, but I don‘t know how to drive so I can‘t come to the court. So do you think he could talk to me on the phone? I won‘t talk a long time. I just have an important question."
"Just a minute, Jason."
A deep voice answered, "Judge Baxter."
"Mr. Judge, this is Jason. I don‘t mean to bother you, but I need to talk to you. Your wife said you were busy."
"That was my assistant, Jason."
"Your sister?" Jason asked."Assistant. It means helper," Judge Baxter answered.
"Oh, well I have a problem. I need to work at the store, but the man said I am too young unless you say it‘s okay."
"How old are you, Jason?"
"I‘m eight, but I‘m real strong."
"Why do you need a job?" the judge asked.
"See, my mama and daddy used to like each other. Then they got something called a divorce. I don‘t know what that is, but it makes them talk mean to each other. I asked my mama if it was because they wish I hadn‘t been born, but she
said they both love me.
"I am sure you are not the reason your parents argue, Jason," Judge Baxter