Hi there… I’m Lindsey, welcome to my blog! Here, Happy and Hungry was started out of my passion and need for a creative outlet of food, cooking and traveling. I have a love for writing so I decided to turn my hobbies into blog posts.
I tend to be a scatter brain so I learned (the hard way) that making lists helps me stay on track. Here are some facts about me!
- I was born in Dallas, Taxes and moved to a suburb of Houston when I was two. My husband and I now live in Houston with our two fur babies
- I graduated the University of Houston in 2013 with a Bachelors Degree in Public Relations and International Business #gocoogs
- Have I mentioned that I speak in #hashtags?
- One week after my graduation from UH my husband, R, proposed to me while we were on a trip in Seattle. We got hitched on May 17, 2014
- Less than a month after tying the knot we rescued our first fur baby, Rex (but really, who rescued who?). We think he is part rottweiler and part beagle. Every time I tell someone this they say “I can’t imagine that breed” so I explain that Rex basically looks just like a rottweiler but is the size of a beagle, oh, and he has big floppy ears. Although he may look tough, he is big baby and loves to cuddle!
- A year after getting Rex we thought he might need a furry four-legged sibling so we rescued Pearl (again, who rescued who?). At the time of posting this Pearl is only around 6 months old so it is difficult to pin point which breed(s) she is -please, feel free to provide me with your input! Having had multiple labs growing up, I am certain she has lab in her but that is where my guessing ends.
- I love everything about fall and Christmas. Everything. The weather, the colors, the smells, the foods, the clothing, the sounds, in general everyone seems to be in a better mood and the FOOTBALL!
- Although I love to write, I am far from a perfect writer so please don’t judge my technique! I’m also a terrible speller.
- Last but not least, I am the third of four kids in my family -there are only five years between us! My family means the world to me and I don’t know what I would do without these crazies.