Loretta Lynn's road to recovery after she suffered a stroke in May 2017, then broke her hip this past January, has been long and difficult. The country legend, who is 86, says she has been working hard to get back out on the road since.
While undergoing physical therapy, Lynn was forced to move from her ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tenn., to be closer to doctors. She admits that some days are more fuzzy than others, and she sometimes forgets that she's not living at her beloved ranch. The stroke has also affected her hearing and timing, but she refuses to give up on her music career and the possibility of touring again.
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