Blog Party here: http://turtleandcompass.blogspot.com/2013/11/think-on-these-things.html
The second thing that my husband does for me is encourage me in my self-improvement projects.
You're thinking, "aww... that's so very fluffy". But "support" in this case means that he approves the project, gives me a budget, and reminds me that it's okay to work on whateveritis instead of polishing the cat.
Then he pokes me to make sure I keep going. And teases me about the things I am *still* not very good at (maintenance), which makes me a bit better at them. (a bit).
He laughs at me and doesn't take me too seriously. He *doesn't* think I'm all that and an apple pie. He critiques my work all the time... and I end up going back and grumblingly redoing it, because I know that he's right.
He pushes me to be better by giving me intelligent feedback, and he's not afraid of my sadface when his feedback isn't positive - he knows that's part of honest feedback.
He makes me better. And I'm thankful. :)