Little People, Big World star Amy Roloff said she recently got to be in her happy place. The pandemic has been rough on the TLC celeb since she’s so social. But she got a dose of her favorite medicine and had to share.
Little People, Big World: Amy Roloff with Chris Marek and Friends
Amy Roloff of LPBW said she was in her happy place with Chris Marek. They had four of their close friends over for soup night. Amy said she was so glad she got to have soup night again and catch up with her friends.
Little People, Big World mom Amy Roloff talks with her friend Lisa on video chat a lot. But it had been a long time since they got together in person. And she did meet up with her friend Deb for a walk a while back, but that was still a while back.
It looks like they had a night of singing and fun – but thankfully, they weren’t in California. There is a rule against singing indoors if you’re in California. But Amy was still breaking many CDC guidelines having people over to her house without masks.
Amy Needs to Connect with People
Little People, Big World celebrity Amy Roloff is a people person. She and Matt Roloff were pretty different on that throughout their marriage. But it seems like she and Chris are on the same page when it comes to meeting up with friends.
In fact, Amy and Chris from Little People, Big World were going to go on a motorcycle tour to meet fans. But they said they wanted to wait out the pandemic to be safe. At this rate, it doesn’t look like they will get to do that any time soon.
Since they can’t go out too much, it looks like they are bringing the fun to their house. Amy said she fixed split pea soup, bread, and key lime pie for her guests. And everyone looked like they enjoyed the food and guitar fun.
Little People, Big World: Setting Fans Straight
Some fans of Little People, Big World left less than nice remarks for Amy Roloff. She usually doesn’t address people that give her a hard time. But this time, she felt compelled to say something.
Amy from Little People, Big World said that people don’t know what she did to “stay safe.” She went on to say that she would not put herself or her friends in a bad situation. Amy Roloff said they test for COVID every week for filming and that she knows that nothing is a 100% guarantee.
Little People, Big World grandma Amy said the state is lifting quarantine. And so she had some people come over to eat soup. She went on to say that people shouldn’t condemn her for what she is doing.
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