"How could you not want to drive down a place called Kury Lane?"
Okay, so I took a wrong turn down Kury lane trying to get to Cindy Lane to go to a friend's house but you get this same warm feeling like your going to " grandma's house" when you turn down this lane. You can't help but appreciate the older homes and the structures that are apparent down this road. You have to fall in love with the aged oaks in the front yards, waving neighbors, and kids riding thier bikes dangerously in the middle of the road causing you to drive slower than the speed limit. It's all so fantastic and cozy in the sense that you feel like your coming home. I am happy that I am able to come to Houston. I'm moving to Prince Street soon and I'm happy that I can just take a brisk walk down Kury Lane and still have that warm " grandma " feeling when I take the chance to. My son would love that wonderful strolll in the afternoon. He tends to like to walk around and off the sidewalks and the feel of this Lane is that everything will be alright because the community does raise the child.