In this weeks Amy Roloff Coffee Chat Summary the main point of discussion will be rather obvious.
You can watch the whole show at the above link. In our summaries, we stick to the things that fans of the family and Little People, Big World are more drawn to, rather than the (non-Roloff and LPBW related) guests and cooking recipes, etc.
*Amy said her kids don't eat Chicken off a drumstick or the chicken wing. Molly won't eat chicken on a bone. Chatters asked her why? Amy said Molly has a hang up about it, Amy thinks she's just uncomfortable about the whole thing of where our food comes from.
*They will prepare the dirt in April for pumpkin season and usually in May is when Matt starts to get serious about pumpkin season.
*Amy said Matt is doing good and not doing good. He's the project manager of this big dirt project. He's great at dealing with the schedule of the dump trucks and the logicistics, but he needs to get up in the mornings at 5:30am. Matt doesn't like getting up early. Neither do the kids. Amy says the kids got that from Matt, although as she is getting older, she is getting more like that too.
*Amy described the dirt project again for people that don't understand. It's not on their own farm. Intel is building a plant. They need to dig really far down, then they need to get rid of all that dirt and find places to put it -- so Matt has one of the places where they dump it.
*Amy and Lisa Dixon were talking about how Amy sometimes mispronounces words. Amy said she always messes up "Chicken Parmesan". Amy said she always says it "Par-ME-sion" and Molly makes fun of her. A couple of years ago Molly was with her friends and Molly said "Par-ME-sion"...all her friends laughed at her. Molly said, but that's what my Mom has always called it!" So ever since Molly makes fun of Amy for saying it wrong.
*Lisa and chatters mentioned Amy pronouncing Oregon wrong. Amy was brought up saying Or-e-GONE. Lisa said it's supposed to be "Or-e-GIN". Amy told a story that when they went back to Michigan with the crew to visit her parents, her father, Gordon Knight, said "Or-e-gone" -- Amy told her crew come film it and had her dad say it again so people could hear where she got it from.
*Zach walked in. He said he just woke up. He told Amy he had the most amazing night ever, but he can't say on camera. He said it was the best experience he's had in his entire life. Amy said she would find out for herself later. She asked him if he lost money. Zach replied no, he made amazing amounts of money. Amy asked if it had to do with soccer, Zach said it could. Amy thinks they had a friendly game of cards/poker with friends.
*Jacob Mueller walked in. Amy said he's Zach's friend, but he's more than a friend, he's part of their family.
*Zach was reading the chatter's questions and answering. He was asked if he had a girlfriend. Amy said Zach doesn't really have a girlfriend. He has lots of friends. He has a special girl friend, but they aren't like dating or anything.
*Mueller just woke up. Amy didn't think he was at this big thing with Zach last night. Mueller said he was watching the Tsunami stuff on the news with Jeremy (Jeremy didn't make an appearance this week).
*Mueller said they usually wake up at 8am and go for a morning jog. Both Zach and Mueller need to work at 5am tomorrow, since today is their day off they stayed up late and that's why they were just getting up (at Noon)
*Amy said Jeremy always leaves his shoes all over the place. She knew she had company coming so she threw it all in a bag and put in the garage. Mueller's shoes were in the pile --Amy told him that's where he would find his missing shoes.
*Okay, the big topic this week -- you can watch it for yourself at the 28 minute mark -- it ends around 30 minutes.
Basically, it went like this:
Zach and Mueller were looking at the live chat questions as Amy was talking. Zach told Amy to answer this one. Amy read the question: "Jacob, what inspired the Mo tossing, you guys sure created some ripples"
Amy answered -- well, the thing is when people have their cat on the table, they'll brush it off the table, and she's heard so many stories of how people will get a blanket and throw their cat up so it lands on the blanket. The cat was injured or hurt. Tell me if I'm wrong, Mueller? I think Zach thought it would be really cool since he was sitting on the floor and had his computer camera angle up high..
Mueller said "And I was on my knees" Amy said so what you thought was 7 or 9 feet of Mo in the air was only really a couple of feet.
Zach "It was a picture joke and people got out of hand with it."
Amy explained that the other thing is that it didn't happen yesterday. It was like several years ago, Zach had it on his computer and posted it.
Amy said they normally don't do that to their animals. Mueller has like 10 animals himself. Mueller said he has 2 dogs, a basset hound and a German Sheppard and loves them very much.
So according to Amy, "unfortunately people took this one picture and made it a movie size screen and that's really too bad, but Mo is Mo and doing great. So it's not like we condone that. If these boys did that every single day to our pets then I wouldn't be cool with it"
Zach and Mueller left at that point. Amy did a segment about wine as she was cooking with a guest. Mueller and Zach waited for food and then Amy finished up talking about women that inspire her.