When a very hectic project I was working on for the past eight months ended recently, I decided to go off on a backpacking trip to Indonesia. And it was all the wife’s idea.
Marsha and I had been married 12 years, and I must say she is probably the most supportive wife anyone could possibly ask for. I had been shirking my family responsibilities during the course of this project, and she made up for it time and again.
But the strain of missing my eight-year-old’s first school concert and 10-year-old’s birthday as I had to work late, and other important events, such as forgetting my wedding anniversary was a little too much, even for Marsha.
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Hence, here I was, out of my comfort zone as I prepared for this trip, which by no means was a reward of ...Read More