is a lot of give and take. On both sides. I feel.
And perhaps you don’t realize that in the beginning; I don’t think you
do. You grow to realize. You’re not married to change
each other, but to try to understand each other and, I think, make the
best of the situation, if that’s what you both want.
I think each
one has gotta find a role that they’re gonna play in the marriage to
make it successful—and the partners happy, I guess—and I think that’s
one of our big successes. I think we’ve done that. Nancy
was home and raising the kids, and this type of thing, and I, doing
my financial part of it, and doing what I could to make life a little
better for both of us. And I really think that’s—if you don’t
pull together, if you’re not happy doing either one, I don’t think it
will be successful.