DEAR ABBY: My wife and I have dear friends, one of whom has been diagnosed with untreatable cancer. The doctors told him to go home and maximize his quality of life.
DEAR ABBY: I moved to town not long before the pandemic and don’t have many close friends here. One of my best friends is a co-worker, “Ronna,” whom I love dearly.
DEAR ABBY: I have a good friend I’ll call Josie. She’s kind, generous and always willing to help. There is only one problem — she lies.
DEAR ABBY: The 22-year-old daughter of close friends of ours has been living in a van during the pandemic.
DEAR ABBY: Years ago, I met a man through golf, and we developed a casual friendship.