Just to clear up any and all confusion, I thought I would introduce you to my family. There are a lot of them and most of them take up space on the 'net.
First, my immediate family:
The Blog Fodder (see how he did that? Yeah, he's clever that way.) He writes from his little (sarcasm) home in some small town on the edge of a city far from anywhere you have ever heard of, Ukraine. He is retired and figures if he pretends to be busy on the computer, his wife will not make him do yard work. His profile pic and mine prove we are related. Your condolences are greatly appreciated.
Ky and LynnieC (they co write a blog with their best friend, my pseudo-sister, Just A Girl) Both sisters have now left me for greater things (well, school things... Lyn did go to Alberta. Gag.) They do everything together, so the blog is just another example of codependency.
My sister-in-law and brother:
They only hang out on Facebook and haunt the three family sites so they can make rude comments. (Brother, I am looking at you.) I am trying to convince my brother to write a blog, but it would likely be filled with many eff words and ranting. And that would just be at his wife!
My extended family:
Uncle David, my Dad's cousin. He rides trick bikes and keeps his daughters in line.
Janny is one of those daughters. She is a teacher, a math geek and a pop-culture goddess.
Queen Mary is the other daughter. (Not less of a daughter, just other.) She is a history geek, a PhD student and married to a wonderful man I would steal in a heartbeat. He has a blog too, but never updates.
Jen is another long distance cousin. Her grandpa and my grandpa were 1st cousins... right? She's an adorable bundle of energy that makes me tired just being in the same room.
KB was my parents' neighbour who turned into a really great friend. She's got two dogs, two kids, two jobs and more patience and love than anyone I know.
I think that is all my family on the net. However, I'm related to damn near EVERYONE, so it's possible I am missing someone.