My SOUL loves pretty SOLES!

Jazzy's!!! Feels like an eternity since I've blogged.  Sorry for the lack of posts but I moved this weekend & spent the entire previous week preparing. I literally woke up last Monday, & decided I wanted to move. I hope everyone is doing well & had a FAB weekend.

Just a quick REMINDER to please enter my giveaway, the company who is sent me the items were also featured on Good Day LA, with Jillian promoting the earrings! Love them, and so will you!  EnterHERE

So a couple weeks ago, I mentioned that I won a pair of Shoes from Sole Society from the ever so wonderful & sweet Kelsi of . I'm very grateful for this giveaway, there's nothing like a free pair of shoes.  I also was gifted another pair from our annual 2.0 picnic, I'll post those later.

How your monthly shoe selection will arrive. The packaging is nice.

They arrived at work! LOL


I've worn them a few times in the past week, they're def. comfortable, & since they're based out of LA, I got my shoes in ONE day after ordering.

Just wanted to share this photo w/ you... I took a couple pictures of buildings downtown last week while I was running an errand. I don't know what it is w/ me and buildings & history.

This is the Rosslyn Hotel today as it sits on 5th & Main street. The Rossyln Hotel was built in 1913 by architect John Parkinson, who was one of the most prolific architects in Downtown Los Angeles, responsible for much of the area's finest architecture, including Union Station, Bullock's Wilshire, the Title Guarantee Building, the Continental Building, the Alexandria Hotel, the Los Angeles Athletic Club, Security Bank (now the Los Angeles Theatre Center), the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, and Los Angeles City Hall.

Needless to say, this was a prestigious hotel and at that time Downtown was truly the center of Los Angeles and Rossyln Hotel was a premier destination. The building has seen the high's and low's of Los Angeles and its economy over the past century. In 2006, they renovated the building and its now lofts that can be rented if you wish to be a resident in what is now the 'Arts of Walks' of Downtwon LA. They have some really cute Cafe's around here, and I've love what it's becoming!