I've heard lots of stories on TK about FB problems with wedding planning, so I've been very careful not to talk about wedding information on FB. All we did was change our status when we got engaged, but absolutely no other public information. . . .
I used to live in FL while working on my master's degree and I got to know a few ladies at my church (I was only there for 2 years). I wasn't really close with any of them, but did play in the orchestra at Christmas time with one particular lady. Well, after living in FL, I moved to KY for six months to finish school and then moved across the country to NM where FI lives. I've never kept in touch with any of these ladies since I moved away from FL 1 1/2 years ago, except they see my FB updates. (They're nice ladies so I have no reason to de-friend them).
Yesterday, one of these ladies posted on my FB page asking when the wedding was (she saw my "changed relationship status"). I guess it didn't occur to her that my homepage is public to all my FB friends, so I politely sent her a private message and told her it would be in June (no other specifics, not even the exact date - she's not invited and I don't want to give the wrong impression). I left it at that, but today, I got the following message: "That is so exciting. I am so thrilled for you. Everything is going good here. I really missed playing my flute for the holidays, but such is life. Can't wait to hear the details."
Um, what "details" do you want to hear? I'm hoping she's just making conversation, as ladies often do, and is not really expecting more info. So, your opinions - should I not respond and hope she gets the hint? Should I respond, but just say something like "still working on the details, not much to say yet" (which is actually true), or something else? Thanks for your advice!