I ask this question seriously as I was thinking about it today at lunch (nothing else to do for the remaning 45 minutes left after I eat). Anothing incident that touched off this line of thinking occured with a customer. He was talking about a guy that covers my route. The customer said he "has the best attitude I've ever witnessed from a UPS driver or any other worker". He added, "nothing upsets him and he doesn't let anything bother him". I have to agree with my customer and its the attitude I(or all of us?) need to have in order to be happy at UPS. So much crap can go wrong with the operation or hinder your delivery plan and methods that its useless to get upset about it. I can start a story 5 pages long of the things that can go wrong in the air operation, feeders, the hub, preload, and finally the delivery and pick-up end that it almost amazes me get its done as promised 98% of the time. I was thinking today that I like my job. We left the buiding 45 minutes after my start time and this caused commit time issues all day long. However, the sun was shinnig and it was 85 degrees today. Its Friday and everyone was in a good mood. I enjoyed being outside and working hard for good money. It was a pleasure driving back to the center with the work week over and the doors open with very comfortable temperatures. So, to answer my own question, I was very happy at UPS today. I was just curious if anyone else shares my opinion about driving for UPS on a beautiful Friday afternoon in June? PS Things are not so 'rosey' on a rainy Monday in November, lol!