Merry Brown is really struggling now.
For a very understandable and very sad reason.
As previously confirmed by Sister Wives, her mother, Bonnie, He passed away last weekend At the age of 76.
The TLC character mourned her late father in a lovely, albeit heart-wrenching, post at the time.
“76 years and 17 days were not enough time for the world to feel the beautiful soul of this beautiful woman,” Mary wrote, adding:
“This woman whose life mission was to give, love and serve. This woman who only knew how to do for others.
“This woman who will give everything for you. This woman who was strong, resilient, and compassionate.”
“This woman who was a safe place to land, no matter where, no matter what time. This woman, this beautiful woman, my mother.”
Last Wednesday, meanwhile, Bunni gathered to bury Bonnie.
Then, Mary reflected on the many days that had passed since she lost her closest relative.
Seven days of hell, of unimaginable pain, of chaos and turmoil. Seven days of tears more than I thought. Seven days of wondering what do I do now? “
“She would always tell me, when I get the call, I’ll go, and it’s going to be immediate and without warning. You didn’t lie.”
Mary did not reveal the cause of Bonnie’s death, but said it was unexpected.
Bonnie was not ill or anything else at the time of her death.
Mary continued in this new post: “There are a lot of unresolved things. There are a lot of things that she knew and didn’t know. There are a lot of unanswered questions.”
“I don’t know how to do this, how to move through immense grief. This wasn’t in my plan, I was supposed to be here longer.”
Bonnie appeared in a few episodes of Sister Wives and was known to viewers and followers because she also lent a hand in Utah, where she played a role with Lizzie’s Heritage Inn.
“I can only hope that since God had a plan for it, he also has a plan for me. Because I feel so lost,” Mary wrote, opening up on such a tragic and vulnerable way.
“They say that pain does not last forever, and that God grants the strength to endure pain and endure sadness.
“And usually I am.”
Our heart is totally broken for Mary, who concluded:
She was a light and a safe place for everyone who knew her, even those who did not know her. Her life was truly centered around Christ, more than anyone I have known in my life.
She was a giver, her home is always a refuge, her arms always ready for a hug.
I miss my mom. I miss my rock.
We send our condolences to Mary and her loved ones.
May Bonnie rest in peace.