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If you’re a fan of Miranda Lambert, then you know that the tough-talking country singer hails from Texas. So it’s safe to assume that she’s not terribly used to cold winter weather.

Despite her lack of experience with snow and ice, a recent wintry mix didn’t stop the 34-year-old star from heading outside and accomplishing a task that she needed to get done, even if she had to improvise a bit.

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On Jan. 16, snow coated many areas of Middle Tennessee. As fans may already know, Miranda bought a house near Nashville back in 2016, according to “Today,” so her entire yard looked like a winter wonderland after the snowfall.

Regardless of the cold conditions, Miranda braved the brisk weather, and took to the outdoors to haul all of her belongings to her tour bus in preparation for of her upcoming “Livin’ Like Hippies Tour” tour. But, it turns out that getting her items to her bus didn’t come without a few hurdles.

Miranda’s home is apparently located on a hill, and the snow likely prevented the bus from pulling all the way up to the home. So to get her luggage to the bus, Miranda cleverly enlisted the help of a little red wagon to carry it out.

Miranda, who isn’t known for posting on social media, shared a hilarious video/album on Instagram of her recent snow day experience. She also included the caption, “I can’t work Insta story. Shit! But here is my story for today. #snowday #snowedin #livinlikehippiestour#gettheshowontheroad#seeyasoongreenvilleSC #nomakeupsorry”

In this first clip, Miranda appears all bundled up in winter gear. She dons a thick and heavy coat featuring a faux-fur hood and a comfy scarf. While presumably standing outside of her property, she explains her reasons for tossing her bags into the wagon.

“Hello,” she begins. “This is me, literally pulling my luggage to my bus in a little red wagon because I am trapped on a hill, and I’m leaving for tour in four hours. It’s the most cliché, ridiculous thing that’s probably ever happened to me. So, you’re welcome.”

The second video shows Miranda pulling the wagon down a snow-filled hill before a third clip shows her standing next to her truck.

“Made it to the truck,” she says. “Now I’ve got to walk back up.”

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Miranda, this just gives us another reason to love you!

Miranda’s “Livin’ Like Hippies Tour” starts on Thursday, Jan. 18 in Greenville, South Carolina, and is currently scheduled to run through March 24 in Winston Salem, North Carolina. We wish her safe travels as she embarks on the trek!

Miranda Lambert gets into an unexpected jam during winter storm Instagram / @mirandalambert
Nashville-based writer and Rare Country contributor Melinda Lorge has always been passionate about country music. Follow her @MelindaLorge and join the conversation @RareCountry.
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