I was having a discussion with my fiancee about whether or not she was going to take my name when we get married. As of right now, the plan is that she will keep her current last name.
When asked if this will change before our wedding, I said "we will most likely stick with the status quo, and she'll keep her name."
A. Is it incorrect to use the term "status quo" to describe the current state of a micro-topic?
B. Does using it in that sentence conversely imply that that "status quo" is what is normal in society (which is for the female to take the last name), and thus the "status quo" is actually her taking my last name?