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Where did she meet most of her friends? In her neighborhood, at church, work, or social events? Did all her friends associate together or were there separate groups?
What qualities did she look for in a friend? Why did she become friends with the people that she did?
What did she typically do with her friends? Go to parties or the movies, take trips, have dinner, or attend other social events?
Did she ever have any fights with her friends? What about?
Did she ever lose any friends? Under what circumstances? How did it make her feel?
Was there ever any competition between her and her friends? In what areas? Money, knowledge?
Throughout the years, were there any friends that she grew closer to? If so, why?
Did she find it harder to spend time with friends as she grew older? Was it more difficult to go see them? Did family or other commitments get in the way?
If she lost her spouse or any children later in life, were her friends a good support system for her? Did they help her get through the difficult times?
Was there one friendship in particular that she cherished the most during this period of her life? What made it more special than the rest? Did she ever lose touch with this person? If so, under what circumstances?