Awkward! Rain Brown took to Instagram on Valentine's Day to share a snap on the couch — of her brother, Gabe, and his girlfriend… kissing! Fortunately, she wasn't totally alone. The family dog, Mr. Cupcake, made an appearance in the photo too. "Third wheelin like a pro this V-Day #staystrong #stayhappy #valentinesday #thirdwheeling," she wrote in the caption.
Immediately, people began posting their comments and reassured the Alaskan Bush People star that she wasn't totally alone. "You're not the third wheel if you have Mr. Cupcake as your Valentine!" one person wrote, while another added, "Mr. Cupcake has his best date ever." A third chimed in, "I think Mr. Cupcake is the perfect Valentine!"
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Nine months ago I couldn’t even do a half of a pull up and now I can do 14 I’m so proud of myself and how far I have come never give up on your dreams and goals because If you start now who knows maybe nine months from now you could be half way to your goal #stayhappy #stayfit #staystrong #healthylifestyle
For once, the 15-year-old didn't receive backlash on something she shared. Most recently, she snapped a video of herself doing pull-ups, and the Internet trolls came out in full force. "Nine months ago I couldn't even do a half of a pull up and now I can do 14 I’m so proud of myself and how far I have come never give up on your dreams and goals because If you start now who knows maybe nine months from now you could be half way to your goal," she wrote. In response, someone commented, "You gotta stretch your arms so it counts as a pull up." A second added, "That's half of a pull-up."
Luckily, things are looking up these days for the reality star. Last year, her mom, Ami Brown, was diagnosed with cancer and only had a three percent chance of survival. Today, however, she's cancer-free. In a recent interview with People, the 54-year-old opened up about what it was like to receive the results of her latest scans, just days before Christmas. "I was expecting great news," the mother of seven said, despite having just a three percent chance of survival. "I could just feel it."
And she was right. Her cancer — which spread throughout her chest and back — is now gone. She added, "The doctors were as shocked as we were!"