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20 Cute Tops From Amazon To Add To Your Rotation

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Promising review: “This is a beautiful well-made flared casual blouse. Loose fitting and flirty. Very pretty color and comfortable, lightweight fabric. It can be dressy with a skirt, or fun and funky with jeans. I am looking forward to wearing it, in several different ways! I will be ordering several different colors because I love it so much.” —Mohamed Basha

Price: $8.98+ (available in sizes S–XXL and 15 colors and patterns)

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‘Little People, Big World’: Amy Isn’t Sure If She Wants to Be Part of Pumpkin Season With Matt (Exclusive)

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Amy Roloff weighs the pros and cons of a pumpkin season spent away from the farm this week in ET’s exclusive sneak peek of Tuesday’s Little People, Big World episode. 

The reality star speaks with her husband, Chris Marek, about needing to make a decision regarding their involvement in this year’s farm tours with her ex-husband, Matt Roloff. 

“We kind of need to talk to him about pumpkin season, whether we’re going to be a part of it,” Chris tells Amy during a walk in a park. 

Amy responds that she needs more time to think about it before telling Matt if they can help him this year. “Before I commit to that, I’ve got to get my head around it,” she says. “Obviously the north side part of it is up for sale, so I have to get more info as to what… this year looks like.” 

Matt made headlines earlier this year when he put the north section of the pumpkin farm up for sale, sparking a rift with the ex-couple’s son, Zach, and ongoing drama within the whole family that continues to play out during the show. 

In this week’s clip, Amy says she needs to know more details about how the potential sale may affect the tours that the farm hosts every fall season. “It’s been quite some time since I moved off the farm,” she says. “I feel disconnected.” 

Chris only just recently got involved with the farm last year, when he gave his first wagon tour, and chuckles at the memory of the family’s dramatic feedback for him. “He might have had a little rough start,” Amy laughs, “but he did fantastic the rest of the time.” 

But despite the new happy memories, Amy still isn’t sure she’s ready to return. When Chris tells her he’d be happy to help Matt if he needs support, she responds, “I’m not sure. Pumpkin season has lost its lure for me now.” 

Little People, Big World airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET on TLC.

  

 

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The World Needs Good Vibes, So Here Are 26 Heartwarming Notes People Left For Others

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“To a kind hearted woman,

Hi. I just wanted to say thank you again. I thought that was really cool of you to take the time to stop and talk to me and ask how I was doing and then asked if I needed anything.

That made me feel good and made me feel like an equal to everyone else instead of feeling like I am garbage and not good enough to be on the level of a person who is not homeless asking for change. It’s crazy cos I know what already of course but when your alone on these streets it’s crazy how much people can break you down mentally just by being rude, treating you like your a low life bum that’s on the streets by choice and it’s fun to be homeless or when you cross paths with them on the sidewalk and you smile at them and they glare at you like your an animal or a freak.

I’m not giving you a sob story at all I just wanted to let you know that your one of the few that treat me equally anyways you should feel good about yourself for being that way.”

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Julie Chrisley, convicted of bank fraud and tax evasion, says she never ‘intentionally tried to do anything’ wrong

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Julie Chrisley says the legal issues her family is facing has “taken a very big toll” on her.

The “Chrisley Knows Best” star and her husband, Todd Chrisley, were recently sentenced to a combined 19 years of prison for bank fraud and tax evasion.

“I think people love to build people up and they love to see people rise, just to watch them fall,” the Chrisley matriarch said in the Nov. 29 podcast episode of “Unlocked with Savannah Chrisley.”

The conversation between Julie and her daughter, Savannah, was recorded “right before the family faced one of their hardest days yet,” per the show’s description.

The mother-daughter duo began by talking about their recent family issues, including Todd and Julie Chrisley’s 16-year-old son Grayson’s car crash, which left him hospitalized.

Savannah, Todd, Julie, Chase and Lindsie at the 2016 NBCUniversal Summer Press Day at Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village on April 1, 2016 in California. Jason Kempin / Getty Images

“With all the legal stuff y’all got going on, Grayson said, ‘This was the last thing that everyone needed,’” Savannah first said. “And I told him, and dad was like, ‘Grayson, you’re alive. You’re safe. Who cares?’”

Grayson’s accident came over a week before Todd Chrisley was sentenced to 12 years in prison, while Julie Chrisley received a seven-year sentence. However, in the podcast taped before the sentencing Julie Chrisley said she never “intentionally tried to do anything” that she wasn’t supposed to.

“I think about the situation that we’re dealing with right now, and I’m thinking about (how) I’ve never gone out here and hurt a soul,” Julie Chrisley said. “I have never gone out here and intentionally tried to do anything that I wasn’t supposed to do and look where I’m standing right now.”

“Like, how’s that?” she added. “I have to believe that God — and your dad said this in our podcast — I believe his exact words were, ‘God will break you down just so he can bless you.’ And I have to believe that that’s what’s happening because if not, it just makes me so, like, why?”

“Why do I keep doing this? Why does this keep happening? Why did things keep happening?” Julie Chrisley said, before reflecting. “What makes us any better to deal with adversity, to deal with problems, to deal with issues than the family next door or the family down the street or the family in his different zip code? It doesn’t and we have had so many blessings come our way.”

In a press release, U.S. Attorney Ryan K. Buchanan said that Todd and Julie Chrisley conspired to defraud community banks in the Atlanta area to obtain more than $36 million in personal loans. The reality stars, with the help of their former business partners, submitted false bank statements, audit reports and personal financial statements to Georgia community banks to obtain the loans.

Their accountant, Peter Tarantino, was also sentenced to three years in prison.

The couple was first found guilty of fraud, tax evasion, and conspiracy to defraud the United States by a federal jury in Atlanta in June of 2022.

Julie Chrisley shared how amid their legal troubles they have gotten a lot of support from people who call into her and her husband’s podcast, “Chrisley Confessions,” She explained that the people who are in her corner “are praying for me every day… I wouldn’t take that for granted for anything.”

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“I know what I’ve done. More importantly, I know what I haven’t done,” she said.Paul Archuleta / Getty Images

However, Savannah, recalled her mom “literally having a mental breakdown” and struggling with certain people who haven’t reached out to her amid her circumstances.

While Savannah called it “pretty s—y” that those who she believed were close to her mom hadn’t supported her family, Julie Chrisley noted that perhaps people don’t know what to say or feel awkward about discussing the topic.

But, she also said, “They feel maybe that by reaching out to me they could tarnish themselves or make themselves look bad?”

“Well, listen, that’s on you. Because I know what I’ve done. More importantly, I know what I haven’t done,” Julie Chrisley said.

Amid her parents’ trial, Savannah previously said she was ready to take custody of Grayson and 10-year-old niece Chloe.

“I know that the short-term is going to be really painful and really difficult and I may come home without both of my parents,” she said in a separate podcast episode, contemplating celebrating Thanksgiving without her parents.

“I come home Tuesday and I have custody of a 16-year-old and a 10-year-old, and we spend our first Thanksgiving not as a family. I’ve never been away from my family for holidays,” she said.

Following their sentencing, the “Chrisley Knows Best” stars’ family attorney Alex Little and Todd Chrisley’s attorney, Bruce Morris, told NBC News that the couple is planning to appeal.

“Yesterday was a difficult day for the Chrisley family. But Todd and Julie are people of faith, and that faith gives them strength as they appeal their convictions,” Little said on Nov. 22. “Their trial was marred by serious and repeated errors, including the government lying to jurors about what taxes the couple paid. Based on these issues, we are optimistic about the road ahead.”

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