It’s finally time to put our plants and flowers in the ground. So excited for a weekend of gardening. And swapping out our wardrobe for spring and summer, the winter boots can officially go into storage. Wishing all of you a Happy Mother’s Day.
xx
Jess (J) & Caylin (C)

If you’re looking for something to buy, try, read, share or pin, we’ve got you covered. Here’s the best of the week…

We’re practically obligated to show you the best of the Met Gala gowns. Who was your favorite?

Looking for a reliable bottle of rosé? Look no further. Here are eight great options.

It’s 20% off Anthro all weekend! I love this floral top and anorak I styled here and this recent outfit featuring these wide leg pants. (J)

I miss soup dumplings (if anyone can tell me where to get them in RI I’ll love you forever) and I’m so desperate I might have to try this recipe. (C)

This ribbon weaving gift wrap idea is so pretty the recipient might not want to open it!

Did you catch Episode 2 of Cozy Ranch Radio? We talk about knowing when to quit your 9-5, learning photography and finding your niche. (J)

So fascinating—activist, Dylan Marron, reaches out to his online trolls to ask why they hate him.

Top millennial injuries reported at urgent care facilities.

Could not possibly resist these sandals that are UNDER $20 with promo code LOVEMOM. (J)

Mother’s Day doesn’t have to be about celebrating your biological mom.

The Netflix resource you didn’t even know you needed—a ranking of all of their original movies. Spoiler: the ones in the top ten I’d pretty much never heard of?

Part III of Victoria’s Origin Story (an essay series exploring her adoption from South Korea) is a must read.

Apparently John Green’s book Looking for Alaska is being adapted by Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage (Runaways, Gossip Girl, and The O.C.)

This recipe for homemade Italian vinaigrette is so good you’ll swear off bottled dressing forever. Seriously, it tastes like the house dressing at your favorite mom and pop Italian restaurant.