A number of years ago, the hu-dad took one of those personality profiles at his busyness. The counselor (er, apparently there was a counselor for everyone, not just the hu-dad – we are not sure if we believe that or not) was reviewing the results with the hu-dad. The highest score was his outdoor score – a great need and desire to be outdoors as much as possible. Confused by the relatively low score of a co-worker who appeared to enjoy the outdoors just as much, the hu-dad asked why the difference. The counselor asked the hu-dad, “If you are hiking and it starts to rain, what happens?” The hu-dad’s response? You get wet. The co-worker’s response? You seek shelter. Which brings us to today’s post.