Kathy Lee Gifford recently spoke about her struggle with being an empty nester and loneliness.
After her husband's death in 2015, Gifford'ssaid her home in Connecticut began to feel different to her.
Gifford recounted that she lost her husband Frank Gifford after their adult children had moved out, and her mother died.
She said the loss of those closest to her prompted her move to Franklin, Tennessee, just south of Nashville.
Gifford recently told The Tennessean Newspaper, "I moved here because I was dying of loneliness".
CNN reports that since her move, she's written a children's book titled "The Gift I Can Give".
"I've got all the time to spend my days writing," she said. "I'm having the life I could've only ever dreamed of."