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Juliet Shohreh

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  1. No it was Pizza Hut or Pizza Inn! Because I remember the name very well.
  2. I was born on June 13, 1972 in Houston Texas and I was born and raised in Houston Texas. I went to Judd M. Lewis Elementary School or is it Judd Lewis Elementary School during my childhood. I am wondering if any of my school mates are around? I am curious in learning what has happened to them. What happened to Brandon Carpenter, Eric (do not know his last name?)(I know that he had a sister named Nova)(he was beaten up so badly that he got his leg broken, I believe?), and Clayton (I believe his last name was Cox?)? I used to have a friend name Dawn (forgot her last name?) too? What has happened to all the people that attended school with me during my years at Judd M. Lewis Elementary or is it Judd Lewis Elementary? My friend Clayton traveled to Florida with my grandmother (my grandmother adopted me) and my two aunts and we went to Disney World when we were going to Judd Lewis Elementary School or is it Judd M. Lewis Elementary School. My friend Eric wanted my grandmother to adopt him always and he also gave me a kiss on my cheek on my Birthday (we were at Pipe Organ Pizza). ~Juliet Shohreh Nour~
  3. I remember when I was a little girl during the 1970s and the 1980s I used to go to a barbecue place on the end of the shopping strip on Boardway going toward Hobby Airport and going away from I-45. It was on the end where the Glenbrook Valley Area is. Does anyone remember the name of the restaurant? This place bring back GREAT memories! ~Juliet Shohreh Nour~
  4. In the 1970s and the 1980s, I remember going to Pizza Hut or was it Pizza Inn on Boardway driving to Hobby Airport (driving away from I-45). It in the parking lot by Red Lobster! It had a beautiful stain glass window in the Pizza Hut or was it Pizza Inn. I love sitting by that window! If anyone remember that table which people wrote on, it was pretty interesting. I do not believe it is a good thing though. I love the 1960s or the 1970s style picture of that woman with long flowing hair. Pardon my grammar and spelling. That bring back great memories! ~Juliet Shohreh Nour~
  5. No, this was during the 1970s! I do not believe it was The Gap. It was a large department store in The Gulfgate Mall, and I think was a Foley's, Dillard's, or something like that. The wooden thing that had the blue jeans hanging was like a gabza (do not know how to spell it, sorry). I meant 'Gazebo' not 'Gabza' sorry. I meant that the wooden platform was like a gazebo which they hung blue jeans in. I found that design so neat, and it really fit in the 1970s style. I miss it! Does anyone here remember that store? It wasn't The Gap! That was for sure! It was a higher class department store. Like I said before it was probably Foley's or Dillard's (or something like that).
  6. Thank you Nena E.! Maybe that is the one that I went with my family (especially my mother's mother and my mother's stepfather)! I just remember there was a room with stripped colored wallpaper (the main color was a light blue). But there was a lot of rooms beside the main dinning room. I believe both of my aunts (my mother's youngest sisters) worked there as waitresses (I mean Sambo's Restaurant). My mother has 1 brother and 3 sisters. 1 sister who is older than my mother and the brother is 3rd. to the oldest. My mother is the second to the oldest! I wondering if anyone remember me as a child going to Sambo's Restaurant with my family? I was born on June 13, 1972 and I was born and raised in Houston Texas. Not too many people are like me, I mean not too many of us are still around that was born and raised in Houston Texas. I do not live in Gulfgate/Hobby Area anymore, I live in the Downtown Houston Area now. I live with my father. The house that I grew up in is now torn down. My grandparents adopted me when I was a little girl, but they raised me from pretty much day one. I now reconnected with my biological father in 2010. Both of my grandparents has now passed away. My grandfather died on Friday October 02, 2009 and my grandmother died on November 15, 2011 (I am not sure if that is right date). I like the Downtown Area alright, but lately I have missed the Gulfgate/Hobby Area. I would love to chat more about Sambo's Restaurant with anyone who would like to chat about Sambo's Restaurant.
  7. I remember one of the department stores in The Gulfgate Mall having a made of wood place where they hung blue jeans. I remember thinking how cool it was. It was during the 1970s. It really looked 70s style too. It kind of reminded me of something that came out of a television series or sitcom from the 1970s. I wish that was still there in The Gulfgate Mall. So many memories are not there anymore, how sad!
  8. I remember one of the department stores in The Gulfgate Mall having a made of wood place where they hung blue jeans. I remember thinking how cool it was. It was during the 1970s. It really looked 70s style too. It kind of reminded me of something that came out of a television series or sitcom from the 1970s. I wish that was still there in The Gulfgate Mall. So many memories are not there anymore, how sad!
  9. I remember my grandfather (my mother's stepfather) used to take me to the Burger King in that area. We used to spend a lot of time there, and he would let me play on the children playground at Burger King too.
  10. I remember my grandfather (my mother's stepfather) and I used to bowl at Shadow Meadow Lanes (it could have been another name) and playing video games. I miss those days!
  11. I remember that awesome round swing set! Young children like swinging high and kicking the ball with their feet. I mean in Queen Park. Young children like climbing up the swing set too. I remember the fort too. Children like climbing inside and outside of the fort too. Queen Park didn't have a lot of children play stations but it I didn't care because I was spending the time with my grandfather (my mother's stepfather). But Queen Park had not enough children activities. Just a few things for children to play on. But you have to remember that I love spending time with my grandfather (my mother's stepfather).
  12. Subjects Queen Park Shadow Meadows Lanes - Bowling Alley The Grocery Store By Queen Park The Burger King in the Queen Park and Shadow Meadow Lane Area I remember my grandfather (my mother's stepfather) taking me to Queen Park, the grocery by the Queen Park, Shadow Meadows Lanes, and the Burger King in the same area. I believe these were located in the Pearland or Pasadena Area. Does anyone remember these places?
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