August 29, 2013

Dear daughter, let Miley Cyrus be a lesson to you

Filed under: Uncategorized — jbwatson @ 1:20 pm

This is the first time I have ever “reblogged” anything from anyone, but Kim Keller’s “Dear daughter” letter is an excellent response to Miley Cyrus’s “performance” at the VMAs. Equally excellent is the “Dear Parents” comment to her post from “Bethany” and Keller’s follow up post, “Dear Daughter: The Postscript.” Unfortunately I could not figure out how to reblog it without the photo, so my apologies for including it.

Roadkill Goldfish

Dear daughter, let Miley Cyrus be a lesson to you.

Yes, this is what happens when you constantly hear everything you do is awesome. This is what happens when people fawn over your every Tweet and Instagram photo. This is what happens when no responsible adult has ever said the word “no,” made you change your clothes before leaving the house, or never spanked your butt for deliberate defiance.

If you ever even consider doing something like that, I promise you that I will run up and twerk so you will see how ridiculous twerking looks. I will duct tape your mouth shut so your tongue doesn’t hang out like an overheated hound dog. I will smack any male whom you decide to smash against his pelvis – after I first knock you on your butt for forgetting how a lady acts in public.

Why would I do that? Because…

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1 Comment »

  1. Well said Kim Keller! Thanks for writing this letter…it’s sorely needed in today’s society of young girls pushing the boundaries too far.

    Comment by Teri Ann — August 29, 2013 @ 3:27 pm | Reply

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