Woman re­turns home from a trip to find strange lin­gerie in her bed­room

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Dear Abby: My hus­band and I have been mar­ried 31 years. We have four lovely chil­dren and seven grand­chil­dren.

I went to visit a friend out of state for a week. Af­ter I re­turned home, I went to make our bed. When I pulled back the sheets, I found a pair of lacy un­der­wear that is ab­so­lutely not mine. I want to con­front my hus­band, but what if I’m wrong? I won­der if there’s a log­i­cal ex­pla­na­tion or it be­longs to one of my chil­dren who no longer live in the house.

Abby, I love my hus­band, but I can­not tol­er­ate be­trayal like this. What should I do? — On Pins And Nee­dles

Dear On Pins And Nee­dles: Un­less your cry­ing or mis­be­hav­ing in a restau­rant and the par­ents do noth­ing, can we ap­proach them or tell our server to ap­proach them to quiet their child or take the child out­side? This hap­pens fre­quently, and it ru­ins our din­ner. We are se­nior cit­i­zens and would like to en­joy a quiet and peace­ful meal.

What’s the proper way to han­dle this an­noy­ing sit­u­a­tion?

— Ir­ri­tated Diner

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