- My wife of over nine years [zoiks!]
- Our son, aged almost-seven. Generally referred to in my public posts as "Q."
- My mom
- My father
- My brother
- My brother-in-law -- or "out-law," if you care about what the Governator says. [I don't!]
- So far as I know, my only LJ-enabled cousin
- Sexy con-goer's #17 and #23, respectively
- New England acquaintance with friends in common
- con-ing linguists
- High school girlfriend, longtime friend and irritant1
- Long ago and recent friend; former schoolmate.
- Arisia con-goer; friend of a friend
- BBS user from the days of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the Singularity Hostel. High school friend. Been far too long since we visited.
- Friend for past 10 years, don't see each other nearly often enough. Life is entirely too much in the way. Erm... I'm unclassifiable! :) [ed. also former: coworker of Pam's, "nanny-share" partner, and employee in our business! Whew!]
- Fraternity brother
- Friend from college who really needs to catch up!!
And now, for the "choose your own adventure" portion of this post. I seeded this post with family, but included in my friends-list are fraternity brothers, ex-girlfriends, water siblings, coworkers, former coworkers, classmates, acquaintances, strangers, and more. In a comment, write your own caption for your entry, and tell me whether you would like me to move your response to the body of this entry.
1 This last definition has to do with at least one occasion where I invited eeedge to a party in the basement of my parents' house where my new significant other was present. eeedge decided, along with her partner-in-crime wombat1138 to be as snarky and annoying as possible. In case you are wondering, I deserved it.
If you want make your list in the "definition list" style, as I did, the format is
<dt>A definition term</dt>
You can have zero or more description elements for each term...the most typical use is one-to-one pairs.