Sis: [cousin] told me about your blog. It's hysterical.
Me: I don't know what you're talking about...I don't have a blog...Maybe you're imagining it...
Sis: No I'm not, I'm looking at it right now.
Me: Maybe it's someone else's blog.
Sis: Then why are there pictures of me on there?
Me: Maybe it's a stalker? You should probably lock your windows.
I don't like the idea of family reading my blog for several reasons. If I say something bad about someone (usually my brother) it might eventually get back to him and he'll want to discuss it with me. My brother isn't big on verbal communication and words usually just make him confused and angry, so historically our "dicussions" have been fist fights. Well..."fight" might be a stretch since most of my childhood is riddled with memories of me minding my own business and him attacking me mercilessly because cable TV hadn't been invented yet and you get bored of 3 channels after a while.
Additionally, the more people that know about my blog, the less I can make fun of them. Case in point:
Sis: Why did you say I was a terrible cook?
Me: Because it's true...
Sis: NO IT'S NOT!!!
Me: Look it's nothing to be ashamed of. We can't all be good at everything. For instance, Mom is a terrible cook but she excels at raising dysfunctional children. And you are a terrible cook, but you're really good at making good looking babies. We play the hand we get.
Anyway, I'm probably just venting. Having two blogs is probably like trying to make love to two women at the same time. It sounds good in theory, but one of them will end up getting all your attention and the other one will end up jealous and you will end up with a veneral disease and blame yourself because of the residual catholic guilt.