"My dad isn't perfect," Kristen, my 12-year-old homeschooled daughter, wrote as her opening sentence of a creative writing project. "I know that now."
Uh-oh. This can't be good.
Grasping the concept of parental fallibility is an early warning sign of approaching teen-hood and is NOT a welcome development. Still, the full essay gave me hope that my little girl is gonna be OK well into adulthood ... and not be part of the 47 percent. As Paul Harvey would say, here's the rest of the story.
Kristen apparently recently heard about how my wife and I saved up money all …