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Tim McGraw and Faith Hill‘s daughters seemed to grow up in a flash. Their oldest daughter, Gracie, has started her sophomore year of college, and now their middle daughter, Maggie, is starting her first year of college. Daughter Audrey is the baby of the family, and will still be home with Tim and Faith for a few years.
When he dropped Gracie off at college last year, Tim admitted the experience was an emotional one for him. This time around, it’s Faith’s turn to take Maggie to start her freshman year, and it looks like they’ve turned their drive to school into an adventurous road trip!
On the first day of their trip, Faith shared a video that shows mother and daughter jamming out to and singing Taylor Swift‘s hit, “Bad Blood.” The video made it clear that Faith and Maggie were in for a fun trip ahead.
— Faith Hill (@FaithHill) September 6, 2016
While Faith and Maggie made some stops along the way to enjoy the sights and to chow down on giant burritos, their trip came to a sudden halt while driving through the Texas countryside. But they didn’t seem to have a problem with putting a hold on their trip, since it was for a good reason.
As they cruised through the country, Faith and Maggie spotted a turtle that had parked itself right in the middle of the road. Without hesitation, Faith stopped the car and Maggie rushed out so she could rescue the critter.
Faith shared a photo of Maggie helping the turtle off of the road and into the safety of the nearby ditch. Maggie can be seen kneeling down in the center of the road, clutching the turtle carefully with both hands.
Stopping so Maggie can save a Texas turtle! ? pic.twitter.com/vyQv2nGzNB
— Faith Hill (@FaithHill) September 14, 2016
Way to go Maggie! We’re sure if that turtle could have thanked you, it would have.
We can’t wait to see more pictures from Faith and Maggie’s mother/daughter road trip. Maybe they’ll be able to save more animals along the way.
Wishing Maggie the best at her first year of college!
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