This is a sort of round up of photos taken during my recent short vacation with my sisters. I had such a hodge podge of random photos that I thought they belong together.
- After I uploaded photos from my phone the other day, I couldn't think at first what this was. And then I remembered - it's the N5 entrance of Hartsfield-Jackson Airport in Atlanta (one of many entrances). I was picking up my sister from her incoming flight and was afraid I'd forget the direction my car was in, so I took a photo of it. It's a massive airport, with equally massive parking and everything is letter and number coded. I did remember this label though - probably because I took the time to snap the photo.
- I do love grits for breakfast. My sisters and I thought this "10 Commandment of Grits" on the menu at Mary's Southern Grill in Young Harris, Georgia was funny. :)
- Elvis graces the entrance of the furniture department of Alexander's Store in Blairsville, Georgia, where they sell "everything under the sun."
- Brasstown, North Carolina, population 240, is home to a rather colorful convenience store, named "Clay's Corner." The Clay's Corner website proclaims Brasstown as "opossum capital of the world." Hmm - a dubious claim to fame, but it helps to explain the label on this water my sister brought back from inside the store. That's her arm there - she was frowning at me for snapping her photo, but I only wanted the water bottle in the picture.
- We were surprised to see these pink flowers (lilies?) that sprang up, or "volunteered" as our late mom used to say, in the flower bed next to my sister's vacation home, in which a profusion of orange daylilies were growing in July.
That's it. I decided not to put Elvis in the title of my post, although it's always so interesting to see how many hits a post will get if you put something popular, like Elvis, in the title. :) Happy weekend, y'all!