Friday, September 23, 2011


Recently I made an online purchase that I know I will be doing again soon! is a company that sells flats out of vending machines! I WANT TO SEE THAT!

I made my purchase online, because they were donating part of the proceeds to AIDS WALK ATLANTA on behalf of Be A Role Model Organization! So when I received it today I SCREAMED cause I call them my "Dorothy Flats". LOL!

I tried them on and I realized that they are comfortable but I need a bigger size! I wear a size 11 and sometimes I can fit a size 10, but I cannot wait for their XL size!!!

Every woman needs a pair of flats that can easily fit in their handbag and GO! I am a new mommy on the go CONSTANTLY and I cannot wait to wear these out!



YOU AIN'T GOT THESE--->>>>>>>>>>>

Thursday, September 22, 2011


The execution of Troy Davis has taught my family and I that here in America we ignore things until it is hot & trendy. I decided not to tweet until yesterday about my opinion on what was going on and how our community responded. The support was needed but it may have been too late. I remember taking my Criminal Law class and meeting Professor Aimee Maxwell. She changed my life. There were only two other professors at Oglethorpe University who I can say the same thing, Dr. Kendra King & Dr. Christopher Bass, but Professor Maxwell pulled rank!

Oglethorpe University Professor Aimee Maxwell, Executive Director of Georgia Innocence Project, (on right)

In any of her law classes, (I took them all), she challenged us to find a case that was happening now and to follow it. She showed us how to break the law down and see why certain laws were created through certain times. I remember when she introduced us to the Troy Davis case, and a fellow OU grad tweeted along with me, "We have been rallying for this man since then!"

We learned about The Georgia Innocence Project and we wanted to do more. I am not writing this post to bash anyone who was just informed on what has been happening over the past few years with this man. In his remembrance you owe it to him, now that you know, to follow a group of people that are fighting for the "Troy Davis's" of Georgia and of the world. Below are two links where you can do that and I ask that you personally reach out to my former Professor Aimee Maxwell for what she has done quietly for those that are innocent.

I don't mind that you care so passionately about what happened to this man yesterday, but what are you DOING to make sure that it doesn't happen again?

God bless America!

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

FNOnyc: "Make this a Night to REMEMBER"

Solange DJing at Lord & Taylor


Watching Shaun Robinson & Carson Kressley host their FNO coverage show

Kollins, Danie, & I outside of Lord & Taylor enjoying FNO in NYC!

Trying to figure out where our next stop is! THIS WAS A LOT OF FUN!

Another female DJ getting the crowd hype at Macy's

Swapnista Keren Charles & I at Lord & Taylor in NYC