Human beings are tougher than they appear, and their bodies can take quite a lot of abuse. But, as people get older, their bodies tend to get frailer and frailer.
Because of that, injuries and illnesses take longer to heal, something that Loretta Lynn, the famous country music legend, has learned over the years. On March 27, she shared an important message with her fans.
Lynn only had one show scheduled for 2018, which would take place on May 17 in Tulsa, at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, but due to her recent hip injury, the event had to be canceled, as reported by Classic Country Music.
The announcement might have upset some fans eager to see the 85-year-old live, but they understood that she needed some time to rest and recover after falling and breaking her hip in late January.
Lynn realized what was expected of her, which was why she took to her Facebook page, through which her team and family members have been keeping everyone updated, to deliver an important message.
According to the source, she promoted an upcoming tribute show that would take place at her ranch, which would feature her granddaughter, Tayla, as well as Tre, Conway Twitty's grandson.
But, although the country singer promoted the event, she revealed that she wouldn't be able to attend it. She added that she missed performing for her loyal fans, but guaranteed that the two young artists would 'sing their hearts out' for them.
As reported by Classic Country Music, three months after Lynn's fall, she is planning on releasing an album which might indicate some big news on the horizon, perhaps even a comeback to the live shows.
But, so far, the album doesn't have a release date, and the 85-year-old isn't expect to make a public appearance anytime soon.