You may be asking, “Who is Sydney exactly?”

Well, for starters, I’m a native Texan, and will live here as long as I possibly can. I currently call Pearland home. It’s located south of Downtown Houston, outside the hustle and bustle of the city. It’s a convenient location to the nightlife, but still only 20 minutes from work.

I was born into the Davis family back in 1986, becoming the youngest child of Alex and Judi. For those who can’t do math, that makes me 26.I had an older brother who passed away in 2004. He was my best friend, and it was a very tough loss, but he continues to teach me things to this day. He will always be apart of my life.

There’s a boy, well man, in my life who constantly makes me smile. We haven’t been together long, but it feels like I’ve know Eric forever. After meeting him, I took a chance and gave him my phone number. From that moment on, our relationship began to grow like neither one of us ever expected.

Racing is in the blood, as both my daddy and uncle raced for years before my cousin and I took the wheel. I currently race an E Production Mazda Miata in the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA). In addition to racing, I’m also the Race Chairman for all Houston Region SCCA events, and I write and photograph for SportsCar Magazine, the official publication of the SCCA.

When I realized that I wasn’t going to be the first woman to win the Indy 500, I shifted focus to photography and started taking photos. I majored in journalism in college, hoping to get a job with a race team. I managed to land a job, pretty much straight out of college, with MSR Houston. After five year, I am currently the Director of PR and Events. We are pretty much like a country club for motorsports enthusiasts, but we have a karting track open to the public as well. I usually can’t complain about where I work, accept when it’s raining. It’s pretty boring then.

About a year and a half ago, I decided I wanted to learn how to quilt, and I haven’t looked back since. My interest has turned in to full blown obsession, complete with a fabric corner of my apartment. I don’t what it is about sewing and quilting, but it just makes me feel so happy when I finish a project. Now, getting to the finished product isn’t always fun, but that’s when yall get to join in the process and laugh at me.

Cooking is something that I just kind of adopted out of necessity. I was making dinner one day, and I didn’t have everything I needed. So, I improvised, and it actually turned out okay. from then on, I’ve been unstoppable. I like making things for other people, especially during the holidays. I’ll make cookies and cupcakes once or twice a week, just cause I wanna see if a recipe will work. I will post my favorite recipes that work, and the recipes I try that don’t.


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