'Sister Wives' Meri Brown Remembers Mom In Touching Tribute
Sister Wives star Meri Brown is remembering her mother on the one year anniversary of her passing with her only daughter, Mariah, 26, and their partner Audrey Kriss as they travel the Oregon coast.
The reality star's mother, Bonnie Ahlstrom, passed away last March at 76-years-old.
"One year today," Meri wrote via Instagram on Saturday, March 26. "One year of missing her. One year of cherishing memories. One year of figuring out life without her. One year of learning and growing. One year of looking toward my future and honoring her in my actions and ideas."
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"One year ago today, my mom left this world and left a hole in my heart," she continued. "This weekend I spend honoring and remembering her, surrounded by some of my favorite people, in a beautiful space on the Oregon coast."
"This is a good day, a good weekend, and I'm looking forward to my progress and change in the coming year," she concluded.
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As OK! previously reported, Bonnie has been on Meri's mind the past few months as she had made frequent social media posts about missing her mom as the anniversary of her death drew nearer.
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In February, the television personality shared a sweet snapshot of the two of them as she remembered the last day she had ever visited her.
"Not quite a year since my sweet mom has been here with us, but a year since I saw her," Meri penned in the caption. "Valentine's day weekend 2021 was the last time I saw her sweet and smiling face, got one of her loving and comforting hugs, heard her voice, visited with her, enjoyed her company ... Little did I know it would be the last time."
This Oregon coast group road trip comes only a few months after OK! reported Meri shared a quote on the importance of knowing "who you are" after Mariah's partner, Audrey, came out as transgender.
“Hello friends! I just wanted to let you know that I am transgender and my pronouns are they/them,” they wrote next to a selfie on Friday, December 3. “I'm still going by Audrey.”
That week, Meri seemed to quickly chime in with her support. "The trick is that as long as you know who you are and what makes you happy," the TLC star shared on Instagram, "It doesn’t matter how others see you."