Just to say a big thank you – my 2014 in review

I have just had chance to look at my blog stats review for 2014 and would like to say thank you so much to everyone for visiting me. It is lovely to know that my little bloggy ramblings have an audience and it is not just me waffling into the ether. The full report is below if you are interested.

I would like to say a special thank you to someone who always comments on my posts – a total of 51 comments in 2014 alone! ‘Virtuosewadventures’ I am particularly touched by your online friendship and would like to offer you a hand stitched gift of your choice from me.

Please could you e-mail me at alisonmryan@yahoo.co.uk and let me what you would like me to make you, I know you love sewing so maybe some little stitching goodie?

Thanks to all of you for visiting and making me feel loved 🙂

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.

Here's an excerpt:

The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 22,000 times in 2014. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 8 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

Click here to see the complete report.

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4 thoughts on “Just to say a big thank you – my 2014 in review

    • I know my kids always think it is a bit strange that so many people visit my little old blog – my most popular pages are always ones on costume which I made to try and help other people starting out. It still amazes me that so many people visit and comment and like, it is lovely to get such nice feedback.

  1. Well done you. This blog thing is a tad weird I agree, however amongst people who play with threads, history and stitches there seems to be a very nice community, I am glad I found you.

    • Thank you, I love reading other people’s blogs. It sometimes seems a bit weird thinking you know someone when you have really only read their blog but there are ones I have been reading for 7 years now and you do feel like you have shared their lives. I suppose blogs are a bit like having multiple pen pals like we used to be encouraged to do at school to find out more about other countries. I particularly love blogs that include pictures of where people live or travel to.

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