Related Posts with Thumbnails

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Thankyou so much.............

This morning as I was taking a look at my blog, and clicked onto to the 'Feedjit' map where I can see where all of my visitors come from, I am overawed!   How absolutely amazing!  To think I have had visitors from so many parts of the world. 

My visitors have come from New Zealand (of course)
                                           Australia;
                                           United Kingdom,
                                           United States,
                                           Norway,
                                           Korea
                                           Russia
                                           Switzerland
                                           Hong Kong
.................... and  the list goes on.. 

Thankyou for dropping by to take a look at my blog.
I am humbled to to think that you are visiting.
If you have shared some of your thoughts with me, by writing a comment, then that is extra special.
 Maybe  you have been encouraged or inspired by your visit.
I hope that is so.
That is what makes it all worthwhile.

God Bless You
Joan

* * * * * * *

4 comments:

  1. Thank you for your comment on my blog, Joan. What lovely and interesting things you have on yours! I'm glad i've found it! It gives me itchy fingers.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Hi Joan,
    It was enjoyable chatting with you this morning, and I am delighted to see your work on this blogsite. I really believe that needlework is inherited as you mention in your profile. I am from a famiy of stitchers and we are very lucky to have some old heirloom pieces that have been passed through the generations! Keep up the good work!
    Janine

    ReplyDelete
  3. Hi Joan, I live in Christchurch & suffered the terrible 7.1 earthquake with some damage to my home & chattels. It was my 72nd birthday & I didn't expect the day to start quite so dramatically, nor will I ever forget it! I am terrified of earthquakes at the best of times but this one topped them all! I live in dread every time a truck goes past or hear a muffled roar now. However it was most fortunate that it was a.m. & not p.m. or many people would not be here. I too, am an avid embroiderer, tutor & Past President of the Canterbury Guild. In stitches, Lynette Hale.

    ReplyDelete