Here’s your daily dose of sweetness:
Trenton Lewis, 21, of Little Rock, Ark., is supposed to be at his job loading trucks for UPS at 4 a.m. So he starts walking around midnight.
He doesn’t have a car, but he’s never missed a shift and never been late.
“I had music in my head. I was just walking, not worried about nothing, I was just moving my feet,” Lewis tells KATV. “[My job] got more important to me. When I had my daughter, I knew I had to step up. I didn’t have a job when she was born.”
Some of his colleagues at work found out about his dedication. So they bought him a car.
Trenton Lewis walks 3 hours to work each day, no matter the weather, so he can “step up” for his daughter. He’s never missed a shift, he’s never been late. When his co-workers found out about his grueling commute they surprised him with his very own car. https://t.co/ZFKZoSjCGo pic.twitter.com/yD3UuICTqg
— ABC News (@ABC) February 13, 2018