About Me

I have been fortunate to experience the four cardinal directions in the US:

  • South – I was born in Texas and lived there until 1999. My love of Tex-Mex and being warm started here and has never gone away!
  • East – I moved to Long Island in 1999, graduated high school, and returned here after college for work. With the proximity to New York City, I was able to see Broadway shows, the Philharmonic, and explore so many cuisines.
  • North – I completed my bachelor’s in Secondary Music Education at Northern Michigan University from 2010 to 2014. My family growing up was lucky enough to spend summers in Marquette so I already knew the area well. I still miss the summers on the lake and hockey games.
  • West – I moved to the Seattle area in 2016 and have spent my time as an elementary music teacher and a substitute. Seattle was the first place I chose to live in my life, and has a fond place in my heart.

I have also visited 33 of 50 states, and I am hoping to make it to all of them before I turn 30. I’ll be adding at least seven more this year, and hope to travel more once COVID-19 is no longer a major issue.

Lived in states: New York, Michigan, Texas, Virginia. Flew to states: FL, GA, CA. Drove through states: OR, ID, WY, CO, NB, KS, OK, MO, IA, MN, WI, IL, IN, KY, WV, OH, PA, MD, NJ, DE, CT, MA, ME
States Lindsay lived in are black, states she flew to are in light green, states she drove through are dark green. Accurate as of July 2020.

My husband and I got married in August 2019 after meeting through Desert Bus for Hope, a charity fundraiser for Child’s Play. We look forward to living in the same place this summer! In my increasingly rare spare time, I play video games, board games, knit, cross-stitch, and practice my various instruments (at home I have a piano, ukulele, clarinet, flute, piccolo, and more!).

In progress cross-stitch, Cloudsfactory’s 2020 Grimm’s Fairytales stitch-along pattern.

Want to learn more about me as an educator or my work? You can check out my Portfolio, Resume, and Annotated Transcript.

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