As has been very well documented on this website, Meri Brown often posts cryptic messages on social media.
Is she truly confused what to do about her life and her crumbling marriage to Kody Brown? Possibly.
Is she just trolling fans and having a bit of fun by confusing them on a near-daily basis with her profound quotes and mysterious words? Maybe.
Earlier this week, however, the veteran Sister Wives cast member shared a photo (above) and a caption (below) that were difficult to misinterpret.
"That's me. A dreamer. Focused on my goals. And I have a lot of them," Meri wrote along with a selfie in the sunshine.
"Personal, business, relationships, I have them in all areas of my life," she continued.
"Some days I don't hit my daily goals. Some days I'm so productive I exceed them by leaps and bounds. And it's all up to ME."
Indeed, this is the crux of the post.
Brown, who is wildly successful in her professional endeavors, is emphasizing to followers that, yes, she may be part of a plural marrriage... but make no no mistake:
She does not rely on any man or any other spouse for her happiness.
Everyone got that?!?
"I'm the one who has my dreams. I'm the one who makes my goals. I'm the one who follows through with them. Or doesn't. That's all on me," Meri went on in this motivational message.
She then rather obviously called out Kody and added:
"And the goals that include someone else?
"Whether with my business associates or in my personal life, I can't force anyone to be who they're not, feel how they don't feel, or meet me anywhere they're not willing or able to meet me."
That says it all, doesn't it?
Meri may not officially be leaving her relationship, which is clearly a trainwreck at this point, considering Kody has said he regrets marrying her.
But she's not sitting at home and wallowing, either. She's not wasting her energy trying to change her spirtual husband or their circumstances or anything of that nature.
Brown isn't trying to control things that are out of her control.
Again, seeming to reference the Sister Wives patriarch, Meri went on:
"That's ok. I'll be here for them when they are. I can only control me and how I respond or react to any given situation. I make my own choices and I'm responsible for them.
"They say life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it. My reactions aren't always the best, and that doesn't define me. But I'm still in the game."
Preach, Meri! Preach!
Where will thins go from here for Meri?
She doesn't know. Perhaps there will be another season of Sister Wives; perhaps she and Kody will patch things up; perhaps she really will walk all the way away down the line.
But "I haven't quit," she concludes here.
"Living life on a daily basis, working hard, dreaming big. Because that's what I do. That's what I'll always do. That's who I am."