1958: No new mother likes to wake her sleeping baby. So when Life photographer Ed Clark asked Senator John F. Kennedy if he could get a shot with him and his four-month-old daughter, Caroline, who was sleeping upstairs while the three lunched at the family’s Georgetown home, it was no surprise that Jacqueline Kennedy said, “No.” Regardless, Jack bounded upstairs and Clark followed. In doing so, Clark, known for his gentlemanly manner, which won him the trust of Washington and Hollywood stars alike, captured one of the most memorably intimate images of the future president as a family man.
how to win someone over: by shakira
so theo james can sing
I’m pretty sure that this is what jesus died for
Lorde wearing a Orange glow-in-the-dark dress by Karen Walker, beanie and matching lipstick. With her distressed brown leather vintage bag and Doc Marten shoes.
Jaime likes pie now.
Milk in cookie cup.
Cookie in a milk cup.
a very real world reaction to the superhero concept
There once was a girl, who had a friend that lived in the shadows.