I never realized how nice the sunset looks from Turner Field until Friday night. Hopefully once the Braves move to their new venue they'll have good west-facing views; it was nice getting to see the sun go down while watching these boys win against the Los Angeles Angels. Between the game that evening, a hookah bar later that night, and a late late night stop at Steak n' Shake, I didn't get home until about 4am. Then three hours later I had to get up and give my mom a ride to the airport. A few years ago, I could've stayed out all night, woken up at 7am, and gone through the whole day on a couple cups of coffee. Those days are long gone, and apparently two bottles Sweetwater Blue is more than I can handle. I'm not complaining, though. My inability to party hard will always keep me in check when it comes to my responsibilities. I can think of quite a few things to turn down for.


  1. What a beautiful photo! Perfect seats!

    xo, N

  2. Anonymous16 June, 2014

    Now imma have to attend one of these games… just for the view lol I'm not a big braves fan or baseball at that but that is is quite a view

  3. Girl That picture is amazing, trust me I think sunsets are soo romantic lol.. my opinion lol trust me I have to be in bed by 8pm if I want to have a full day the next day .. my friends call me granny lish..(real name Alisha) lol

  4. Anonymous18 June, 2014

    Great view indeed!

    I feel you on not being able to hang like you used to. It's not that we are old, by no means, but just more responsibilities under the belt. Just last night, I was out drinking margaritas with friends and cousins. Although I had fun, I was knocked out clean by 2am. A few years ago, I would've wished the night to last all morning and hopping up for class the same morning. My, my my how times have changed us...but for the better, I believe.

  5. What a gorgeous view!


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