MBFFL star Whitney Way Thore spend a long time with her mom during the COVID-19 pandemic. Buddy Bell helped them out by checking on the dogs and dropping off food packages. Clearly, Whitney made absolutely sure her mom stayed safe from the virus. But, there’s a big difference between living together during the quarantine and enjoying some good times together. So, the TLC star really misses those fun times.
MBFFL Whitney shared a throwback video of her and her mom
We reported that before Buddy moved in with Whitney after her split from Chase, she lived with her mom. Isolated, she seemed happy even when Buddy popped by and stayed outside with the packages. At least, she and her mom were not left alone without any support. Everyone knows that her mom’s a fun and outgoing personality. And, it looks like Whitney also felt the pressure cooped up inside.
Even though people get out and about a bit more these days, it’s somehow not the same type of fun. The My Big Fat Fabulous Life star mentioned missing those fun times so much. Taking to her Instagram on January 17, Whitney shared a video of her and her mom bopping and singing in the car. Lots of people love it as when they sing along to music in the car, it’s just okay. Plenty of MBFFL fans also find it great fun. But not so much fun singing with a mask on.
Missing fun times in 2021
In her caption, Whitney wrote, “Just came across this video from 1.5 years ago and it GOT ME 😭.” Then she talked about how she dreams of one day sitting “in a closed car with [her] mom.” The My Big Fat Fabulous Life star simply hopes to one day dump the mask, just act “silly,” and “NOT WORRY.” Finally, she mentioned his much she “misses” that sort of thing with her mom Babs. Obviously, many TLC fans know just how she feels.
Did you know that when you sing in the car, it’s perfect for your mental health? Maybe that’s why MBFFL star Whitney enjoys it so much. Furthermore, the side benefits seem pretty awesome according to Elite Daily. “Research has shown singing can improve your health, increase happiness, and even extend your life.” Wow, no wonder people stuck in traffic belt it out with no feelings of embarrassment.
Of course, singing on your own isn’t quite as good as sharing the moment with someone special. Like Whitney from MBFFL do you also long for the day when you can dump the mask, sit in the car and sing your heart out? Sound off your thoughts in the comments.