Barbara Pierce Bush (born June 8, 1925) is the wife of the 41st President of the United States, George H. W. Bush and the mother of U.S. President George W. Bush and former Florida Governor Jeb Bush. She is one of only two women to be both wife and mother to US presidents, the other being Abigail Adams. She served as First Lady of the United States from 1989 to 1993, while her husband was President. Previously she had served as Second Lady for eight years. As wife of the Vice President and then President, and continuing after leaving Washington, she supported the cause of universal literacy. (taken from wikipedia)
Because of Texas' love for the Bush family and her undying support for literacy Houston named their Cypress Creek branch library after her. The building is beautiful although crammed into too small a space for my taste.
This is the library I use when I can. I've paid them a lot of money :)
Right when you walk in they have a Friends of the Library room where you can buy second-hand books where all proceeds go to the library. I think they spent too much money on the building on not on the books, as much, so the selections are growing. Attached to the library is a new art museum. I've yet to be but I'll post when I can.
The library has many childrens programs and community programs such as chess nights and book studies. They have internet access for free if looking to get some online time.
Barbara Bush Library is located on Cypresswood Dr. From I-45 N take the Kuykendahl-Rankin Road exit. Go left under the overpass and continue west on Rankin Road to the first traffic light. At the light turn right onto Kuykendahl. Stay on Kuykendahl, crossing FM 1960, to Cypresswood Drive. Cypresswood Drive is approximately two miles north of FM 1960. Turn left on Cypresswood. The library is on the left just past the entrance to Collins Park. (Key Map #330R)
Inside the Spring limits is Klein. It's the district I went to school in and loved. Not until I started traveling did I notice that Klein High School is the sight of a Historical Marker.
Klein began as a farming market made up of German immigrants (you'll notice the names of streets and schools) in 1845. Although it was never named a city it was constructed into its own school district.
If you would love to see abeautiful lake, especially around Christmas, then head up Research Forrest Blvd until you see the lake on your left. There is a play gym for the kids and lots of benches to hang out on. Their is a bike path that a lot of locals jog on so, trip as many as you can! Hey! Adam Sandler does it!
The central house in the picture is my dream home! It is not in the right city though... Its going to be REALLY hard to move...