Miranda Lambert is taking some time out for herself in the wake of ex-husband Blake Shelton going public with his relationship with fellow "Voice" coach Gwen Stefani.
"Today was a day spent reflecting on this amazing life that Nashville and country music fans have given me," the singer wrote in a Facebook post on Thursday. "And my friends. I'm so grateful #inspired."
The 31-year-old singer snuggled up with one of her horses after taking home her sixth consecutive Female Artist of the Year award at Wednesday’s CMA Awards and pledged to take it easy with the hashtags "#nomakeuptillnextweek" and "#musicismedicine."
"I'm still floating around on a cloud from last night," she continued. "Thank you so much @cma for celebrating country music in a big way and for letting me be part of it."
Lambert later posted lyrics from Lake Street Drive’s song "Better Than," seemingly sending a subtle message about the hubbub surrounding Shelton and Stefani’s newly-official relationship in another post.
"I could spend ages reading the news / I could spend days, singing the blues," the lyrics read. "But I turn up the TV light / Give up without a fight / Better than pretending to know what's wrong and what's right."
"This song. This band. These lyrics," Lambert added.