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"Where I live in Oklahoma, I am just Miranda to the locals, and when I go to the feed store to buy stuff for my animals, they don't care that I sing for a living," the 'Over You' singer explains to MLive. "I try to live a normal life as much as possible. Living away from the activity and making my home in Oklahoma is a plus. I have a quiet life there, and love spending time with my animals, family and friends."
Miranda's husband adds that they still do many of their own household chores themselves, even though they could easily afford help. "There are some things that she and I draw the line at," he tells the Las Vegas Review-Journal. "If we ever get to the point where we don't fold our own towels and underwear, we need to get our asses kicked."
'The Voice' coach adds that he has a long-term plan that will allow he and his bride plenty
of time to relax on their expansive ranch. "My goal would be to someday tour like George Strait tours -- go out and do 15 shows a year, and flip Nashville the bird and say, 'I'll see you next year,'" Blake reveals. It's a plan his spouse fully supports.
"Living in the boonies is the great equalizer," the songstress notes. "When I get home, and I see my dogs and my farm animals and just hang out, it reminds me of what matters, and that if the fame goes away, I will still have people that I love and that love me back in my life."
With both Mr. and Mrs. Shelton longing to spend more time off the road together, have they considered joining forces on one tour? Maybe, but not anytime soon. "We'll probably get there someday," Blake acknowledges. "It's not something we're mapping out at this point."
For now, the newlyweds are living out their love story long distance. Blake is juggling his role on 'The Voice' with his Well Lit & Amplified tour, while his wife is crossing the country on her On Fire tour. See Blake's schedule here, and click here to see Miranda's concert dates.