DEAR ABBY: My wife's aunt and uncle were married for 46 years; then they divorced. Neither remarried during the next four years. They then decided that their divorce was a mistake, so they remarried and have been married for the past four years.
They now want to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary. Can they? Should they?
Some relatives think it's a great idea, but a few others think that because their 50 years of marriage have not been continuous, they do not qualify for this honor.
Abby, what do you and your readers think? -- NO CITY OR STATE, PLEASE
DEAR NO CITY: I think they should go ahead and celebrate their 50th.