*Please forgive the wonky font size down in the Links! Blogger is so finnicky.
*(Edited to add: Please note that there is a very powerful/heavy image in the middle of this TiLT post re: Bangladesh factory collapse. It's not the typical LCH TiLT post material, but I feel that it's a very powerful image and deserves to be shared. I decided against merely linking it in the post because (to me) it sends a very intense message. I failed to offer any warning when the post was first published, but understand the stance of my surprised readers. The image is graphic, though not gory.)
♥ these cats who think they're sushi! ♥
♥ these luminous creatures captured by underwater photographer joshua lambus ♥
♥ critter lollipops! ever had one?! ♥
♥ this "anxiety series" by lindsay joy is really interesting ♥
♥ the most haunting image from the Bangladesh factory collapse. so heartbreaking. ♥
♥ mmm! macarons! i still need to try my hand at these! ♥
♥ this love this dainty necklace (and the cheap price tag!) ♥
♥ this moth is so beautiful! ♥
♥ these things are great things! ♥
// I really love this post. It's so easy to judge people, parents especially, for every day things. I love that this mother + daughter can share these photos + memories for life.
“I firmly believe in small gestures: pay for their coffee, hold the door for strangers, over tip, smile or try to be kind even when you don’t feel like it, pay compliments, chase the kid’s runaway ball down the sidewalk and throw it back to him, try to be larger than you are— particularly when it’s difficult. People do notice, people appreciate. I appreciate it when it’s done to (for) me. Small gestures can be an effort, or actually go against our grain (“I’m not a big one for paying compliments…”), but the irony is that almost every time you make them, you feel better about yourself. For a moment life suddenly feels lighter, a bit more Gene Kelly dancing in the rain.” - Joshua Carroll
// This woman channelled the death of her mother into a memorial photo project that is absolutely breathtaking. All of the colors, textures, and thought put into the frames is unreal.
// Some of the things being said about Angelina Jolie in the news of her double mastectomy is absolutely disgusting. It blows my mind that people actually think this way.
// Am I allowed to want literally everything on Fab right now?! Because I do. Sometimes I just have to avoid it all together.
// This is definitely a new kind of inclusion in my TiLT posts, but what about a porn site that has a new kind of mission? One that is working to help offer an alternative (and real) approach to sex education? It exists! And it's the brain child of a woman! You go girl.
// 44 Reasons why you're Chandler Bing.... SO GOOD!
// SHUT UP. SHUT UP. SHUT UP! John Krasinski lipsynching to Katy Perry's "Teenage Dream" -- This is the best thing!
// As if you needed any more reason to pick up all of the amazeballs jewelry at The Northern Sea, they now offer 100% FREE shipping in the US of A! Can I offer you some suggestions? Anchor studs (they come in so many colors!) -- this midi ring -- this arrow bracelet
// "Thrift Store Gore" is a hilarious feature and this one did not disappoint! Oh my stars.
// Wishlist Wears: this dinosaur skeleton necklace is so so good! ♥ this gorgeous mint dress! ♥ green + lace chiffon dress ♥ this amazing artsy planet dress! ♥ this gorgeous mint necklace ♥ dainty wishbone necklace ♥ this floral high waisted bikini! ♥ and maybe this striped one, too! ♥ the "Edie" and "Silla" shoes are SO good! ♥ but the "Ida" and "Ione" are my all-time favorite ♥
// A really interesting breakdown about the now-viral article about wealthy families "renting" disabled tour guides in order to skip lines at Disney.
// What The Parenting Books Don't Tell You: Three Year Olds Are Jerks. (Spoiler alert: 4 year olds, too... sometimes haha But gosh they're precious.)
// I'd go crazy at a huge plant stand like this! I've been obsessed with our little garden lately.
What are you loving this week?