Dear Abby: Just months before our 30th wedding anniversary, my husband told me he doesn’t love me and never wanted to marry me. I am beyond devastated. I feel I have wasted the best years of my life. We have two beautiful daughters who are my everything.

Dear Abby: I was married to my husband for 29 years. We were separated off and on more than 10 of those years. We were both in other relationships but would reconnect for months and sometimes years. Then, because our lifestyles are so different, we would split up again.

Dear Abby: Many years ago, I had a romance with a young girl in a faraway town. After a year, thinking I could do better, I moved on. With the benefit of hindsight, I now realize she stood head and shoulders above all the others, and I had tragically discarded my soul mate.

Attic Dusters: 11:30 a.m. May 21, Smitty's Pancake House 1621 N. Wenatchee Ave. Apple Blossom's 100-year history will be focus of program. Contact: Darlene Spargo, 662-1271

‘Knight at the Applesox’ set for June 6

WenatcheeBy Cala Flamond

Dear Abby: My sister “Thea” has distanced herself from the family. I understand why she did. Our parents were mentally, physically and emotionally abusive while we were growing up, with one who instigated the issues and the other taking it out on us kids.

Roscoe, a 6-year-old Maine Coon and Wenatchee Valley Humane Society rescue, looks down on his family from the heights of forbidden bookshelf space. Roscoe belongs to Kris and Donna Tyson of Wenatchee.

Three Math is Cool championship competitions were held last month at Clovis Point Intermediate School Foothills Middle School for grades 4-8.

East Wenatchee

Leo is a fantastic little guy and so eager to please, say officials at the Wenatchee Valley Humane Society.

Wenatchee