Yes, we've said this before.
No, we don't have any hard evidence to go on.
But maybe, just maybe, Meri Brown is close to leaving Sister Wives -- both the reality show and the entire polygamous situation -- behind.
The veteran TLC personality has given observers a brand new reason to think this could be the case.
Over a year ago, Kody Brown dragged his supposed loved ones from Las Vegas to Flagstaff, Arizona.
The family's situation has sort of been a confusing mess ever since, considering no real construction is underway on the gigantic piece of property Kody purchased for his compound last year.
But now some things are starting to come into focus in regard to which of the Sister Wives are really settled in for the long haul.
Robyn, for example, has purchased a huge mansion with Kody. She isn't going anywhere, that's for certain.
Christine, it should be noted, has also bought a home.
Here's the thing, though: Meri has not.
The home Meri was renting in Flagstaff since August 29, 2018 was put on the market on July 1 of this year, forcing her to find a new (temporary) residence.
According to online records, obtained by Radar Online, she is now renting a new home in Flagstaff.
It's a four-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom home for $4,500 per month and, look, it may be a gorgeous place to live -- but it also must be taken as a sign.
If Meri were committed to putting down roots in Arizona, would she really be renting? Especially as her fellow Sister Wives all buy?
We aren't speculating in a vacuum here, either.
Meri has given folks plenty of reasons to think she's questioning her life choices... and we're not even talking about her catfishing scandal from 2016, when she tried to date outside her spiritual marriage and ended up getting duped online.
We're talking about many of the cryptic social media posts Meri has shared over the past several weeks, going back to June when she clearly shaded her Sister Wives.
"I wish more women realized that helping another woman win, cheering her on, praying for her, or sharing a resource with her, does NOT take away from the blessings coming to them," she wrote at the time, adding:
"In fact, the more you give, the more you receive. Empowering women doesn’t come from selfishness but rather from selflessness."
Doesn't sound like someone in an ideal relationship, does it?
About two months later, Brown took on her haters -- whether they be Robyn or Christine or Janelle... or random trolls on the Internet.
"The fact of the matter is, I'm living MY life for ME, and I'm happy with it. I'm confident in my choices. I'm happy with what I'm doing," Brown stated on Instagram in late August, concluding:
"And that's all that matters."
Do these posts automatically mean Meri is about to ditch Kody and company? Of course not.
But it's been evident for years now, really, that she's either unhappy or simply searching for something in life that she can't quite place or explain in detail.
We really hope Meri finds it.