Over the past few months, Meri Brown has shared cryptic quote after cryptic quote…she has admitted she is no longer with her spiritual spouse Cody and is totally cool as a result. It seems that he is trying to come across something.
But then Meri was shown footage in Part 1 of last month’s Sister Wives Talk All Special where she said she didn’t think Kodi was married to Meri.
She was stunned and hurt when she replied.
“It’s like, he just made a decision,” Meli said on air. “I never heard him say that to me.”
Despite the harsh language, and the way Cody has treated her for about a decade, Meri was asked if she would reconcile with the polygamist in this same special, and she replied:
“I would… I definitely would. But I don’t think he’s interested.”
Kind of pathetic, right?
However, this Sunday, TLC will air Part 3 of this same one-on-one special.
And for the first time, Meri comes across as a much more confident woman than she’s had in the past when it comes to her broken relationship with Kodi.
“I don’t think Cody understands me,” Meri says, coming out quickly.
“If he hadn’t noticed it before, he probably never would, and maybe he doesn’t want it.”
In a sneak peek posted by People Magazine, Meri added:
“This is the problem. This is what I say. People change.
“Maybe he’s just in this place and he’s like, ‘She’s not for me anymore,’ and he’s finally saying it now.”
I mean, he’s been saying it for a long time. But Meri seems to have heard first.
When asked by host Sukanya Krishnan if she would wait for Kodi, the Sister Wives cast member emphasized that she wasn’t sure about her future plans.
“I don’t know,” she replied. “Time will tell.
On Tuesday, after saying goodbye to 2022, the TLC personality shared a post on her Instagram story teasing where her head is after announcing her split from husband Cody last month.
“I’m not for everyone,” the reposted quote opened.
It continued in small print below:
“I know my truth. I know myself. I know what I bring to the table.”
“I’m not easy to work with, but I bring a lot of value. I bring love and strength, but I’m not perfect. It’s okay if I don’t fit in with a person or group.”