In our summaries, we usually stick to the things that fans are more interested in about the Roloffs, so this chat will be very brief.
No other Roloffs made appearances this week.
Amy said she had a teenager/early 20 year old that was up late late late and was still in bed (it was assumed she was talking about Jeremy). She said he will be in for a rude awakening when he goes to college. Amy said "well, he (the unnamed, still sleeping 20 year old) is in college, but when he goes *away* to college. That will hopefully happen in the fall -- Lord willing (said somewhat sarcastically). No, we're planning on it."
"As a parent, I have to do my work in getting him to college and that's filling out his
FASFA (Free Application for Student Financial Aid) thing. From what I've heard, it is complicated, there's so much information, but I'm going to have to just face it, get on the internet and do it. If your kids are going to college, it is necessary -- whether you think you don't make enough money or if you think you make way too much money and you're not going to qualify for anything, it's good to go ahead and do it".
The kids were not ready to go back to school after spring break. The weather in Oregon over spring break was terrible. March wasn't a good month. Flat dreary clouds. Out of 31 days, they had rain 29 days.
People were asking about the camping trip that Jeremy, Zach and Mueller went on last weekend. Amy wished they were there to tell people about themselves, but they weren't. She said they had a fabulous time. Amy said about eight of them went.
Every time they go on a trip like that something harrowing happens. They were down by the river and they were legal to do all of that because they had their permits.
According to Amy, Zach had his car parked. Washington County called the Roloffs asking "Whose car is this? Your kids... Amy said there's a panic and she's thinking why are we in a panic? Amy said she tried to keep calm, but it sent certain members of the family into a panic. There was no problem, but the sheriff still came to them. So the boys and their group got kind of nervous when the Sheriff came to them questioning what they were doing, but they whipped out their permits -- they thought they were lost, they had a lot of rain, the river was up. She said maybe it's good Washington County took a pro-active approach, but the Roloffs didn't call them to say something was wrong so.... They just assumed. Amy thinks someone was trying to make a problem when there wasn't one. Amy thought "Do we really have that kind of reputation so far?" But everything was fine and they had a great time.
Amy just had her hydrostatic test done -- the body fat reading. She said she didn't do well. She gained a few pounds. It woke up her that even though she has a personal trainer she still needs to watch what she eats, when she eats and how often she eats.
You can watch the recording on Amy's Ustream channel: