February 2008 Issue
A Great Compromise
With a few simple steps and periodic reality checks, your marriage can survive the build process.
Building an airplane usually requires a long-term commitment, not entirely dissimilar to the one that is made when saying “I do.” Yet many builders lose sight of this when building, sometimes even forgetting that they have a spouse. The commitment to the project must be matched by the commitment to maintaining a spousal relationship, and a little forethought and planning can help both builder and spouse enjoy not only the process, but the end result; by Suzanne Brunner.
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