OPINION: Daughter’s earrings pierce dad’s perception
By John Kelly
The Washington Post
Like a once-mighty citadel that, battered by years of wind and rain, starts to crumble — its stone foundations undermined, its cracked and fissured turrets toppling — I feel my paternal authority beginning to slip away.
Against my express wishes, my daughter got her ears pierced.
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