Not hardly. Your story is not a lot different from mine. Been married to the same girl 31 years. Spent my career moving around as a govt employee. Had one horse for about 5 years in all that time, although I had the use of my father's horses whenever I was in Arizona. Bought a horse for my youngest daughter two years ago, hoping the "horse thing" would take hold, but it didn't. She enjoys riding, just like my wife, but the passion isn't there, no interest in all that goes with horse ownership, so the horse turned out to be mine. Retired last year and told my wife, "I'm going riding!
" She said, "Finish my house first!
You see, that's how we've stayed married so long. I make all the BIG decisions, like how to cure world hunger, who should be president, whether or not climate change is really happening, etc. She handles all the smaller matters, like where we are going to live, How we spend our money, what house to buy, what parts need remodeling, and when I get to ride. Mundane stuff like that. Works out pretty good.
The bathroom is the last major project. Complete remodel, new tile shower stall, new tile floor, new bathtub, cabinetry, everything. I'm about 1/2 done.
Then, I get to go riding! Maybe another month.