Derek added you as a friend on Facebook. We need to confirm that you know Derek in order for you to be friends on Facebook. To confirm this friend request, follow the link below.
I chuckle, but think, "Okay, cool." So I click and accept. A few minutes later I get the usual response from Facebook: You are now friends with Derek.
That gets a grin from me.
I little while later I get the following email from Facebook:
Derek said on Facebook that you two are married. We need you to confirm that you are, in fact, married to Derek. To confirm this relationship request, follow the link below.
I started laughing and couldn't stop. I follow the link and click "Approve." I mean, hey, I've been married to the guy for over 17 years. Though I admit I was was tempted to click "Ignore" to see how long it took him to come running out of his office. ; )
But I clicked "Approve" and a few minutes later I get the following from Facebook: Congratulations, you are now in a relationship with Derek.
Well, that's nice to know. Folks, I laughed so hard that I snorted.
Though I had a question which I promptly posted to my beloved's Facebook wall:
Since Facebook has now blessed our happy union and united us in marital bliss, does this qualify as a renewal of vows? And if so, I want presents. ; )