It usually starts like this:
You're a Clark right?
Sometimes it is asked of my sister, and sometimes me. Obviously we both answer, yes, as we are, indeed, Clarks.
If it is Katie they are asking, the next question is:
So is Jayne your sister then?
And Katie answers yes, as I am, indeed, her sister.
Well, I just LOVE Jayne's Blog.
To which Katie agrees (at least she says so to my face) and thanks them. Then they say:
So, if Jayne is your sister, Stephanie is your sister too right?
Confused (for a moment only, this has happened a number of times), she says, no, Stephanie is her cousin.
And then it is clear: they think this Jane is her sister (with the super awesome blog):
and not this Jayne:
You'd think that fancy Y added to my name might help distinguish us. Or maybe since her Jane is actually her middle name that might help set us apart.
But I'm not complaining, you keep the compliments rolling, and I'll keep pretending you're talking about me. I'll even sign your stuff if you want. With love from Chup, the Chief and me. I'll try to remember to keep out the Y.