Marvin Fernwelter always wanted to blend in. He spent the first thirty-seven years of his life not standing out: B+ average, played the usual sports, Business degree from a mid-west Bible school, married his college sweetheart. Together, he and Sue-Ann raised three children, Rose, Charlie, and Eve, with Sue-Ann in the home, and Marvin running a moderate investment firm in downtown Columbus, Ohio. She hauled the kids around in a minivan, he drove a Corolla to the office, and for two weeks every summer, they rented an RV and toured. Their life was simple, and straightforward, and boring. It was exactly what Marvin had always wanted.