Hello all, My wife and I have been married for the last 9 months, but, because she's not an American citizen, she's spent that whole time back in the UK, waiting for her Green Card. Meanwhile, I've held down the fort over here in the US, buying a house and (most importantly) getting really into wood stoves and wood burning (which, I have to say, is the greatest way to take your mind off of whatever -- work, long distance spouses, whatever). However, her interview is tomorrow and her long overdue flight to move in here permanently will hopefully be sometime next week. In the last two or three weeks we've been working to get everything ready for the interview, pulling together police records, tax returns, Skype records, etc, and so it was only this morning, when I was kindling a fire, that I realized: I have no idea how I'm going to share stove responsibilities with my wife. For those of you out their with spouses or live-in significant others, how do you handle the 'issue' of the stove? Is one of you responsible for it, or do you share the tasks? Did you find that they took to it quickly, or is it still something that the other person has no interest in? And, most importantly, how on earth am I supposed to sift and summarize the mountains of info on wood burning that I've learned from reading Hearth.com this year? ;-) So -- what's married life with a 24/7 wood stove like? Any tips, tricks, or suggestions?