Oh, absolutely. And I should state for the record--my review was generally meant to be positive (I refrained from scoring because I'm not thrilled with the hierarchy scoring implies--"If you gave this story three stars, and that story four stars, then the latter must be better than the former!"), but since I always start with what I dislike, it probably sounded more negative than it was meant to be. Overall, I thought the work handled the subject matter very well.
One nit--this is a thing I've been noticing more and more in the fiction around here, and it's very minor, but it makes me *cringe* every time I see it: Sentences in quotation marks followed by dialogue tags--you don't capitalize the next word outside of the quotes unless it's clear that the quoted section and the part after it are separate sentences. Example: "Hello," She said -- incorrect. "Hello," she said -- correct. This is true even if the quoted portion ends in punctuation other than a comma: "Where are you going?" She asked -- incorrect. "Where are you going?" she asked -- correct. The exception I noted occurs when the sentences are separate entities: "My name is Doug." He offered me his hand -- correct.
I beg your pardon if pointing that out here is in poor taste--I just imagine it might help if and when you and/or your wife decide to write more stories for the web-page--it's a simple mistake (one which I made for the longest time until someone corrected me), but it's hard to correct after you've already written quite a bit.