A story on the NewsObserver.com site by correspondent Diane Morris is just a nice story.
Thanks, partner, for making my life worth living
In the years since our two sons were diagnosed with autism, I have discovered Greg is kinder and more generous of heart than I could have imagined back when we were first married. He works all day while I homeschool the boys, and then most evenings he’s the solo parent while I head to the Borders Books near our home to do my job as editor for a nonprofit. Even though he’s often tired and stressed, he somehow never falters. He considers it his job to take care of me, to give me time to work and to have fun, and to make sure I don’t become overwhelmed. These are rare things in a husband.
It could be anyone’s story, yet, the way homeschooling is shown to be just a part of family life is encouraging. Read more here.