Day Thirteen: Lindzee Armstrong
10. Would I find anything growing in your refrigerator right now?
I honestly don’t know…I haven’t looked closely enough in the last few weeks to tell you. J Probably not, because my husband keeps a pretty good eye on things. Me and food have a complicated relationship. I have a disease called polycystic ovarian syndrome, and one of the ways it affects me is that I rarely have an appetite and get nauseated really easily. Because of this, my husband deals with most of the food in our house and just brings me something and forces me to eat. During the day, I open the refrigerator just long enough to grab whatever the kids want to eat, and I don’t bother looking for anything else.
11. How would you describe yourself in three words?
Blunt. Loyal. Ambitious.
Lindzee decided in first grade that she’d grow up to be three things—a mom, a teacher, and a writer. She’s lucky enough to have accomplished all three tasks. Lindzee received her bachelor’s in history education from Utah Valley University. Soon after leaving her teaching career behind, she became a mother to adorable twin boys, who guarantee her life is never dull.
Lindzee is married to the most supportive man in the world. He regularly takes care of the twins and cooks dinner so she can escape with her laptop to chase her dream of being a writer. When she has time for hobbies, Lindzee is a reality TV junkie, loves to cross-stitch, and sometimes even finds time to play the piano. She eats way too much chocolate and wishes she liked things like running or yoga.
Lindzee writes national fiction under her own name, and fiction with an LDS theme under the pen name Lydia Winters.