Little People, Big World star Amy Roloff is marrying Chris Marek this month, and fans see that she seems a little nervous. Actually, not nervous about the wedding, but nervous about all the preparations. She certainly seems to want the perfect day for her husband.
After all, he has never been married before. In the meantime, she took a break from that and her cooking videos on Instagram and talked about the terrible fear she overcame.
TLC fans saw on the show that Matt Roloff offered the farm as a venue for Chris and Amy Roloff when they get married. For years, she hesitated on whether to accept or reject the offer.
Well, she finally decided to accept, and on her Instagram, she got pretty chatty about how nervous but excited she feels. Mind you, fans also see on the show that she’s pretty bossy with Chris. Also, she can’t stand that Matt and Chris get along. So hopefully the wedding will go well without any mega-dramatics.
Aside from LPBW star Amy’s wedding talk, she also spends a lot of time doing cooking tutorials with her fans. Keep in mind that some cautious viewers are concerned that her hygiene is not where it should be.
However, others have a great time and as far as fans know, no one has ever died from eating Amy Roloff’s recipes. Well, out of the blue and somewhat randomly, on August 5, she shared a post with a different topic. There she talked about the terrible fear she overcame.
Little People, Big World Amy Faces Her Fear Of Water
In a long post, Amy Roloff explained how she has always feared water. Certainly, it seems but sheepish about it. After all, she is from “the Great Lakes State.” The Little People, Big World star shared a photo of herself wearing a life jacket and paddling in the water.
Well, this could equate to someone who is afraid to fly but is doing it to reach out to family and loved ones. The rewards might outweigh the fear. So despite feeling intimidated, she makes sure to get out on the water.
Little People, Big World star Amy Roloff elaborated on her feelings about this and explained that she actually enjoyed paddling on a paddle board. She went out with friends, and after overcoming her fear, she said she loved the experience.
Of course, Chris was there, too. Sounding content with life after her paddle, she wished everyone a good time as summer transitions into fall.