A short note to let everyone know that the Last Blog I wrote regarding the cast, and where they are now, didn’t allow any reader to comment. This is a mistake that I corrected. Thanks for understanding. Now give me some inspiration for my next Blog:)
In my usual fashion, I wait until I stumble across some inspiration and then I write my next blog. In this case, the overwhelming amount of questions I have been getting lately is regarding the cast of “Amish: out of Order”, what are they doing, and will there be another season? I will try my best to answer these questions correctly. I am also trying to be respectful of these peoples’ privacy, protecting them from too much publicity, and hopefully the reader will keep in mind that they are real people with very real feelings who will probably read this Blog and the comments that follow.
Life goes on in Columbia, Mo. Most of the cast and myself are living a very normal lifestyle, with the show a distant memory of a time in our life’s when things were abnormal with cameras following us for a time.
One year after the final episode of “Amish: out of Order”, here are some long anticipated updates.
I receive a lot of emails asking me if, or when there will be another season? Read more »
Henry and Jen are a married couple in their late twenties, who live in a double wide trailer about 6 miles outside of town.
Henry works as a local mechanic in a small town of about 1200 people, while Jen works as a Pharmacist. Every morning Henry and Jen get up at 6:00 AM, do their morning chores, feed their two horses, a dozen chickens, and the pet cats, Tammy and Prince. After gulping down a quick breakfast, they jump into the old farm truck and head into town together, to put in another 8 hour shift at work.
In the evening Henry swings by and picks up Jen from the Pharmacy, and they drive home together, usually in silence. They do the chores, eat dinner, watch an hour or so of Television, and then off to bed to catch some sleep, so they can do it all over again the next day.
The Lapp Family
Henry and Jen will never be blessed with children. The animals on their small 7 acre farm help to fill that void a little.
Henry and Jen are just an average American married couple, content to live the average American life, make their small mark in their small world with a handful Read more »