Audrey Roloff seems fed up with COVID-19 and i ready to move on from it. All the associated worries just got ditched as she considers other things in life. Actually, she never really seemed to be that serious about it in the first place. Repeatedly, fans slammed her for not taking social distancing seriously.
Audrey Roloff over COVID-19
We reported that Audrey got slammed many times during the coronavirus for not social distancing. At Easter, she got a lot of critics slamming her for that. Then in July, she once again irritated fans. She shared photos of the family at the lake with friends. “Not a single one of them features her socially distanced from friends,” we noted.
Many fans complain that as a social influencer, Audrey should set an example. The Little People, Big World alum accumulated 1.3 million followers on Instagram. And, many of them sound quite young. Fans fear that she puts out the wrong message. Well, now it seems Audrey just got over the whole COVID thing and prefers thinking about something else.
Audrey chooses gratitude instead of health concerns
The mom of two shared on Instagram that she got “teary-eyed” over a post that she saw. It talked about how an 87-year-old “experienced Vietnam protests” and polio. He doesn’t think 2020’s all that bad. In fact, he lives his life without the media telling him negative things. Instead, he writes his “own headlines.”
Spurred on by that story, Audrey Roloff composed her own more positive headlines. She listed them as follows:
“Mom enjoys slow morning cuddles with smiliest baby ever.”
“Mom and babies eat avocados while listening to worship music”
“Babies cuddle during Bible time on mamas lap”
“Friend sends encouraging text message.”
“Family goes for bike ride together at sunset,” and more.
Fans react to Audrey’s list as she moves on from COVID-19
Some fans slammed Audrey for ducking out of the reality of the virus. One said, “ONLY [highlighting] joy and focus on gratitude doesn’t get us anywhere.” The person added that acknowledging what goes on seems “important as well.” Plus, they noted Audrey acknowledged “nothing” about the virus and health concerns. In fact, they added that she never stood for “anything.” They feel gratitude becomes “misplaced” if nobody acknowledges “reality.”
One critic suggested the TLC alum rather speak out against “racial injustice” and “protests.” Nevertheless, plenty of Audrey Roloff’s fans loved the idea of positive headlines. One fan said, “focusing on joy gets you everywhere!” In fact, they “follow Audrey” for her positive attitude. Others agree, and they feel way too much negativity from the media makes things even worse than they are.
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I actually got a little tear eyed when I read this post (swipe right👉🏻) yesterday🥺 Seriously, read it. I loved the perspective shift so much❤️ I chose to write my own headlines today: “Mom enjoys slow morning cuddles with smiliest baby ever.” “Mom and babies eat avocados while listening to worship music” “Babies cuddle during Bible time on mamas lap” “Friend sends encouraging text message.” “Family goes for bike ride together at sunset” “Toddler makes baby laugh” “Husband reads bedtime story to daughter in funny accents” “Daughter prays in ‘thank yous’ while snuggled on mamas chest” “Jesus is the same yesterday, today, and forever.” Choose joy and gratitude. How would you headline your day today?!👇🏻
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