I’ve relocated my craft and food blogging to one lovely destination, EvinOK.com. Please hop over and join me there for lots of creating.
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
Madison Square Garden can seat 20,000 people for a concert. This blog was viewed about 68,000 times in 2013. If it were a concert at Madison Square Garden, it would take about 3 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.
You may have noticed I’ve been missing since February. Don’t worry, I’m still here just haven’t been blogging. I had major surgery in April and it made me realize I need to focus my time better so instead of writing four blogs (crazy!), I am going to only write two. That just means all the content you’ve enjoyed here on Spring Stitches will not be posted over on my main blog, EvinOK.
To read more about the last few months and the surgery, here are links to posts in my main blog, EvinOK:
The last of those links details the growth and its removal as well as my recovery. It was a rough road but I wanted to share my experience with others to help them be less fearful of the surgery. It is intimidating but not impossible.
FOR MORE THINGS LIFE IN CORK, IRELAND, VISIT MY OTHER BLOG: 40 Shades of Life.
Special thanks to Voxless for letting me take the following photo of her while she was knitting.
There is so much brightness and a variety of hues on the doors of County Cork. Having been in love with color from an early age, I am loving the rich colors surrounding my new home. I couldn’t resist taking photos of all the doors that captured my attention. I’ll admit that on our walk up to Charles Fort in Kinsale, it took a very long time because I kept stopping to take photos. There is one particular block in downtown Cork City Centre in which each door is a different color. It is picturesque. I had heard this was so men coming home late (and a wee bit inebriated) could find their home by the color of the door.