Who could’ve predicted such a monumental moment in our lives? It wasn’t until Friday of last week that country star came to terms with the new reality
Social distancing isn’t an easy task for people to do, especially when humans are social creatures by nature. Even celebrities are feeling the pressure after being locked inside their houses. Country singer Miranda Lambert is clearly having a difficult time adjusting to the pandemic but is trying to keep her cool by staying busy and staying positive.
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Celebs have turned to social media to spread positivity and joy, while also discussing their day to day activities during quarantine. Miranda Lambert, however, has found it difficult to put into words just how life spent indoors by national order has been for her.
Who could’ve predicted such a monumental moment in our lives? It wasn’t until Friday of last week that country star came to terms with the new reality.
On March 27, the country singer gave a lengthy sentiment about her life spent while quarantining with her husband Brendan McLoughlin. She opened up to Hollywood Life about finding joy in the little things.
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“Brendan and I have been cooking, cleaning, working out . . . spending some time with dogs and horses and just being together quietly.” Lambert has kept busy with house chores and work around their farm. A few of their Instagram photos even show the couple with their chickens, three dogs and an up-close pic of their horse. The couple have plenty to keep them distracted from the way of the world.
Miranda Lambert Misses Her Family
Miranda misses seeing her family. In her Instagram post, Miranda Lambert went on talk about the great times she’s had with family and friends through virtual calls and even discussed that her “soul sister” just gave birth to her first baby. What seemed to be the most heartbreaking of all for Lambert was the box of wine and snacks she received from her parents.
The singer told fans about the note her parents left on a napkin attached to the wine kit they left for her. It read, “Sending love from home. Love mom and dad (be safe).” Even though she’s miles away from her folks, she’s grateful that they’re safe and sound.
Miranda Lambert is positive that she’ll see her family again as soon as it’s safe to be out and about.
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