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Do all teenagers rebel?

Do you remember how your parents just didn’t get it?

How you knew everything when you were 16 and your parents knew nothing?

Jon and I have tattoos and piercings…

Between the 2 of us, we like all kinds of music…

We would be happy if Emily wanted to dye her hair any color she wants…

Admit it… We sound cool!

But here she is…

My Emily…

The love of my life…

loving…

Country music and cowboy clothes…Β 

Where did we go wrong???

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13 thoughts on “Do all teenagers rebel?

  1. You have yet another country music fan here! I have my late father to thank for that…. my eclectic tastes in country range from Daniel O’Donnell and Mick Flavin in Ireland to Australia’s own king, the late great Slim Dusty….

      • Nothing wrong with that – a lot of people my age don’t like Daniel…. but I have my late father to thank for his music. He was the one who made us listen to a cassette on every road trip until it got chewed up in the tape player in the old Ford sedan we had at the time

  2. Ah, but see, she is rebelling. Just against your lifestyle. Not the one you were rebelling against. When in college I had shoulder length hair. Never thought about tattoos or piercings. but then no one did in those days. I did grow a mustache and still have one. I was the first person in my family to have facial hair other than when my dad grew a beard for a historical pageant in my hometown. Rebellion always takes it’s own course. And we never expect it.

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