It’s the end of Meri Brown’s calendar year.
And also the end of the romantic era?
On Dec. 31, the veteran Sister Wife cast members shared a lengthy message on Instagram. Many followers have interpreted it as confirmation that her relationship with her spiritual spouse, Cody, is over.
And she’s totally cool with it.
“Take a moment today and say thank you to 2022,” Meli wrote to open the caption that accompanied the photo above.
“A year of challenge and personal growth, a year of turmoil and a year of clarity. A year to clear out the old and make room for the new.
“A year of rediscovering myself and knowing who has my back.”
Clear out the old to make room for the newteeth?
Fans couldn’t help but watch this line for a long time.
Two weeks ago, during Part 1 of the Sister Wife season 17 full story special, Meri saw footage of Kodi telling the show’s host:
I don’t consider myself married to Meri. If she wants to move on and marry someone else, she won’t argue with me.
Meri, who has been sharing social media posts strongly suggesting that she is basically single for over a year, was shocked by these words.
“I don’t understand why he would be so frustrated with Christine and say, ‘She just made this decision.’ We didn’t consult, we didn’t talk. He just said, ‘No, I don’t consider myself married to Meri.
“It’s like he just made a decision.
“I never heard him say that to me.”
Maybe not those exact terms.
However, Kodi had previously said he and Meri were just friends, lashing out at her for trying to have an affair.
Polygamous people have not slept together in ten years either.
This romance is clearly long overdue.
But has Meri finally accepted this fact?
She concluded her latest Instagram upload with:
“[2022 was a] Years of travel, new friends, new businesses, epic adventures, great memories, and divine intervention.
“A year full of realizations and progress that sets us up for the most amazing 2023 and I am here for it all.
“Thank you for 2022, we are here in 2023!”
About a week ago, Meri hinted that there was more to her marriage story.
“Not everything always goes the way we want it to. More often than not, we accept the version of the story as the truth because it fits the story we create, or what we want to believe.
“It’s not just what you’re looking at all the time, it’s also important where you’re looking from.
“Everyone has their own experience and their own truth.”