Just recently, his granddaughter underwent a very serious medical procedure. Surprisingly, he is missing everywhere. He was also absent from the social media of his spouse’s post when the pandemic just kicked in. Well now, we’re asking this question because his wife celebrated an impressive milestone.
Sister Wives: Meri Achieves An Impressive Milestone
Meri Brown is in Utah for over a week now. She is celebrating Lizzie’s Heritage Inn’s 150th-anniversary celebration. The fans might recall that Meri is a woman all on her own. She has been raising her profile tremendously in Utah earning pretty good money out of her business venture.
Meri Brown shared on Instagram that today marks a fully virtual 150 year Anniversary Event. She revealed that the team is excited for their fans to celebrate this special occasion with them. All this was shared on the establishment’s official Instagram page. It further read that a week full of challenges will be done. Moreover, they will be sharing photos and tags to their stories and page.
Each challenge completed will get you an entry into their 2-night stay giveaway alongside extra entries from BINGO, Scavenger hunt, and Bake-along. On August 29, the establishment hosted a day of activities on the Lizzie’s Heritage Inn Instagram that include bake-along, all-day giveaways, house tours, and more!
Other Family Members Join Meri, Brown Family Missing!
Amidst the festive vibes, Meri was present on hand for the celebration. Her daughter, Mariah, and her fiancee Audrey Kiss joined Meri too to make the banana bread. Even Meri’s sister Rebekah and her nephew joined her as they helped with her LuLaRoe Facebook Live clothing sales. However, Meri’s other sister wives along with her husband, Kody, don’t seem to care enough.
Sister Wives: Meri Shares Cryptic Message On Social Media
Meri has been implicitly trying to convey that she has no relationship with Kody. And she did share a post on social media that read – ‘Surround yourself with people who make you happy. People who make you laugh, who help you when you’re in need.’ It further read that ‘People who genuinely care. These are the ones worth keeping in your life. Everyone else is just passing through.’ Pretty perfect it is. Isn’t it?