I do, and yes I'm serious. Over the past two years I have flown frequent semi- long cross country trips thru congested airspace and multiple micro- climates. It seems every flight has some unexpected drama - weather, traffic conflict, aircraft issues. Something always seems to come up on every flight. I was flying back home yesterday along my normal route. I'm 3/4s home and nothing has gone wrong. And it bothers me. I start checking my gauges closer, double checking traffic on ADSB extra carefully, focusing on my traffic scan for aircraft, birds, whatever. Nothing happens. The air is totally smooth. The sky is clear and a thousand. My plane is purring like brand new Cirrus. So I get more nervous. Something is going to happen, I just know it. I'm approaching the Sierra foothills when it happens. Whammo! I get slammed with a thermal that smacks my head on the canopy! And I immediately start smiling. For some stupid reason I feel better that the unexpected has happened! Am I'm the only one who gets nervous when a flight seems to be going to well?