Welcome, welcome, welcome.

Rundown used furniture? take a look at this post…


Welcome all you readers to my first attempt at writing and arranging a coherent blog; my name is Bethany. I’m a Canadian living in Northern Ireland trying to keep warm and ration my stock of maple syrup. Among the many things that commandeer my time, I work for a Charity organization called “Glow”, giving life opportunities to women. This blog with will document and follow the up-styling projects of the charity shop started by Glow, called “Vintage Glow”. Our shop on the Lisburn road in Belfast stocks and uses “Autentico”, a chemical free chalk paint that leaves a vintage matte finish. If you’re familiar with Autentico you may have noticed our blog name is taken from one of their most popular colours, “Foggy Venice”. Here’s a little bit about our purpose at Vintage Glow: established September 2013 profits from Vintage Glow are re-invested into women’s six week personal development programmes within the Shankhill…

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3 Quotes – Robin Williams

My train of thoughts on...


Robin Williams

American comedian and actor

born:  July 21, 1952
died:  August 11, 2014

What’s right is what’s left if you do everything else wrong.

No matter what people tell you, words and ideas can change the world.

You’re only given one little spark of madness. You mustn’t lose it.

You may be gone, Robin – you will not be forgotten.


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From the archives: Music Puns and Hipster Beethoven

 “Anyone who tells a lie has not a pure heart, and cannot make a good soup. ”



This post is from way back when… brought back from the depths of the wordpress 2011 archives.  Let me say that awesome is awesome and the music puns post is still great.

This reblog is for any dedicated music nerds..I also just wanted to point out something random, if Beethovan was around today he would have been a hipster.. the soup quote proves it.






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I didn’t want my kids to join band or orchestra, and risk being exposed to so much sax and violins.

It only leads to treble.

How clef-er.

I’ve been told I’m pretty sharp.

These jokes always fall flat.

People just don’t measure up.

We just don’t have the staff for it.

Didn’t you get my note?

I’ve had to scale back.

It’ll just take a minuet.

There have been some minor setbacks.

This was a major development.


This was just a prelude to a repeat offense.

I didn’t mean to de-bass your comment.

I think your G-string is a bit tight.

They’re not really my forte.

You’re not really in tune with what’s going on, are you?

Hey — give it a rest, retard.

It built up with a crescendo, but then went mute.

Wouldn’t mind putting…

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