There are three married couples at our school, two of which teach on the same grade level team! Their classrooms are right beside each other. All three couples ride to and from work with their spouses. I often wonder (but don't want to ask) what's it like to drive to work with your spouse, see them all day at work, then drive home with them and spend the evening together. While I'm sure there are some perks (saving on gas, having your support system RIGHT THERE when you need them, being able to discuss work events without a lot of back story b/c your spouse was there, etc) I think of even more negatives. Though DH and I enjoy spending time together, I don't think that would work for us and after awhile we'd both start to feel smothered. I think we'd both have to have several separate activities to offset it (ie: I'd have my Wednesday Nite Bowling League, he'd go to Bible Study on Tuesdays, Thursday afternoon I'd grade papers at the library instead of with him at home, etc) Do any of you work with your significant other (or have in the past?) Did you like it? The closest I ever came was when I took a course in college with my then-boyfriend. I liked that we could work on homework and study together, but times when we had had a disagreement, then it was hard to sit beside him in class and act like everything was fine.