Yes, the post office lines can be long. Yes, your mail can occasionally arrive wet. But when you think about the fact that the United States Postal Service processes well in excess of 154 billion pieces of mail annually, you might be impressed at just how much they get right.
At the core of the USPS are its postal carriers, the men and women who run up and down porch steps, dodge unfriendly animals, and brave inclement weather to make sure your personal correspondence arrives on time. Learn more about the job, from their biggest fears to hidden surprises in mail receptacles.
(via Miss Cellania)