Sunday Six: Week 40

So, I'm a week late on this Recap Six, but better late than never, right?

I spotted several sunflower fields from the interstate while on my way to court one morning. I was determined to find them on my way back. Luckily, they were right off the interstate and I was able to snap a few pictures. I was too chicken to get out of the truck and walk through the fields.

Last Friday I took in the first game of the last Braves series. Derek Lowe was pitching against the Nationals. This was the first time I'd seen Derek pitch live for the Braves. It's just not the same seeing him out of a Red Sox uniform. :)

I was greeted by this on my way home from the Braves game. Usually, traffic isn't this bad late on a Friday night. For some reason, GDOT decided to close 4 lanes of traffic. Why on earth they would decide to close 4 lanes just as event traffic is picking up is beyond me!

On Sunday, I went for a long walk around historic Roswell. This is a broken headstone in the Old Roswell Cemetery.

The main street through the Roswell Square invites its businesses to create scarecrows for Halloween. I thought this one was pretty cute.

And, in case you were wondering, Elvis is alive and well on Canton Street!

This week's Sunday Six coming up in just a bit!


Chesney said...

Looks like you covered a lot of territory in a week! I love that field of sunflowers, so bright and cheery! Seeing Elvis still lives made my day! :)