When Tim and I married, we shared many of the same values, but our interests were mostly far apart except for our children's well-being. It didn't matter until we retired. At first, we pursued our interests apart but slowly realized that the go-go phase would give way to slow-go, then no-go, where we'd spend most of our time together. With this in mind, we started paying attention to new adventures we could enjoy together.
Women groan about hubby needing something to do. “Hey,” a woman announced at a female neighborhood gathering, “my husband is really handy. He can paint, do house repairs, even replace your garbage disposal whether it needs it or not.”