How many people do you know have their own blogs?

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I know 9 moms IRL who blog.
I don't know any real life bloggers. I have only just started myself but have read Dooce for a loooooong time.
LOL! This is a funny one for me.
I seriously know NO ONE who has a blog. All of my friends and family think I am crazy.... but, they do read my blog too.
I have made lots of friends through the blogging world though, so, I like to tink I know lots of people. ;)
Debi

Who Says 8 is Enough?
I know six at the moment.
I know of absolutely 0 people that blog in "real life". I know many that read my blogs but none actually have a blog. Sad to me really because they're missing out on a wonderful community;)
I only know one - and she has just started.

All my friends think "why?......"
I have maybe 40 acquaintances that blog, but they're not close friends of mine.

I only have 3 close friends who blog on a semi-regular basis :( I wish I had more!

Sarah
Going Bananas Blog
probably 20 or so
probably a handful or so of people who blog.
I don't know anyone IRL who blogs other than my cousin.
I know ZERO! Crazy huh? They really don't know how much fun this stuff is. :)
I know personally 4 people who blog. Three good friends from college and my sister-in-law. I have a lot more real life friends who are on Facebook.

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