I had some writing training in English class and one of the subjects they covered were the elements of a story.  Of the elements, the essential item for the plot was conflict.  Conflict had three styles: man against man, man against nature, and man against himself.  We were instructed that every story has to have a conflict. The story was to develop from that point where the characters show themselves in relation to this conflict, escalate their interactions to a climax and the provide a resolution. 
Since there is no conflict in heaven, our very basis for a story doesn’t exist there. 

Considering the idea of having millions of years to live was quite a contemplation. What is someone to do for millions of years? Consider that anything you want to learn is possible as there was no time limit. Did that music not sound right? Well, just learn how to play another instrument and do it again with something else. Is math a problem? Well, there is no time limit on learning how to do calculations. Spouse? On this I find an interesting verse in Matthew 19:7-8

7 They say unto him, Why did Moses then command to give a writing of divorcement, and to put her away?

8 He saith unto them, Moses because of the hardness of your hearts suffered you to put away your wives: but from the beginning it was not so.

Apply that concept and one gets to realize that their spouse was theirs for millions of years. Our present instant response is “uggh”, but remember the initial presentation – no conflict. This would include marital relationships where each would know the other completely. It was only after “the fall” that conflict became part of life and is such a present force, that it took a couple of days to think through the basic idea.