stay-at-home dad before it was a choice. Only his wife
Sue Ellen had a clue why he seemed to find it hard to
cope. His four children, while respectful, wished he
could do more than create gardens and fix breakfast.
Sue Ellen's illness meant he needed to be able to fend
more for himself. It also brought his World War II secret
to light. And from the sadness grew understanding and
stronger bonds. An important story told with humor