Country music star Miranda Lambert is taking to social media to post a gorgeous photo to her with the caption, “So many cowboys, so little time.”
Lambert shared the snap for her over 6.9 million fans on Twitter on Friday. The picture has already received 129 retweets, 21 quote tweets, as well as 2,500 likes.
She poses with her back to a wooden fence on what looks like a farm or wooded area. The Texas native wears an off-white cowboy hat, big dangling earrings, a black shirt that is tied at the waist, and reads “So Many Cowboys.” Lambert also sports black stubbed bottoms. She shows off her numerous tattoos along her arms, one being an arrow, while another is a musical note.
She captioned the photo, “So many cowboys, so little time. #trusties. Follow @Idyllwind,” promoting her brand, Idyllwind Fueled By Miranda Lambert. The accounts bio reads, “Miranda Lambert’s lifestyle brand for all the confident, adventurous, perfectly imperfect bada** women,” which has over 8,500 followers. The brand sells clothes, boots, and accessories like hats, purses, and belts.
The account retweeted Lambert’s photo.
Last year, the star debuted her seventh album, ‘WildCard,’ which includes hit songs’ Bluebird’ and ‘It All Comes Out in the Wash.’
Her last show on the Wildcard Tour was on March 2, 2020, in Denver before having to cancel due to the pandemic. She has scheduled more shows for March and July of 2021.
Miranda Lambert’s Nonprofit
While in quarantine, the singer hasn’t been taking time off, however. In early September, Lambert announced that her nonprofit, MuttNation, will be partnering with the Waggle Foundation. The dynamic duo plans to create the MuttNation Fund to help music community members impacted by COVID-19 with their pets’ medical bills.
The artist has nine rescue dogs and says, “It really hit home when my backup singer and close friend Gwen’s shelter dog, Earl, became extremely ill in early March, just as the pandemic was taking hold and our tour had to stop. After taking him to several vets, she was told Earl had a rare liver disorder. Then there were multiple hospital stays, relapses, more hospital stays. Earl is doing great now, but he’ll require ongoing treatment for the rest of his life.”
She continues, “It was such an unexpected major expense at an already tough time. So, it got me thinking that there must be a lot more people whose careers in the music industry have been on pause due to lack of live performance opportunities and who are struggling with their pets’ vet bills. Because music and mutts are my two passions, I knew I had to do something and thought that starting this fund would help both the music community that’s been so supportive of me and their pets.”
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