Goal weights aren't about a "should be" - everyone is different. Your weight isn't a static number; it's a range, a vital sign, like your blood pressure or your body temperature. It changes hour to hour, day to day! Some people are more comfortable at one weight, while others another. Your weight will also depend on your fitness level.
You can weigh little, but have a high body fat percentage and not be as fit or healthy as someone larger than you (what's not-so-fondly known as skinny fat).
You're a little overweight, but not much; you don't have far to go to hit a healthy BMI. Depending on your age, you could aim for around 130 and be in a very healthy weight. It's up to you; I would suggest picking a healthy number in the healthy BMI range for your height, and then not worry about hitting it exactly; aim more for a healthy body fat percentage.
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| current weight: 186.0