Casey, Ashley, Chase & Jimmy

Monday, May 2, 2011

the JOBS I've had.

I saw some random blog that had this post and I thought it would be fun. So here are the random jobs that I have done in my lifetime.

1. Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory. Best Job Ever! I worked here part-time my junior and senior year of high school. Probably only once a week. It was a dream job. I sampled everything multiple times...especially the Avalanche Apple. mmmmmmmm..soo good.

2. Nanny: this one I have done on and off in High School and when I would go home to La Canada for the spring/summer.

3. Baskin Robbins: This job was fun but not worth the pay. I was a freshman at BYU and I wanted some play money so I got a job here..right across the street from the dorms. Again, I sampled everything and if you ever wanted a sample a I filled that little pink sample spoon so full that I had to dump it into your hand. Ask my friend Sara...she visited me just for the samples.

4. Central Utah Surgical Center: quitting here was seriously the worst decision I have made in my ENTIRE LIFE. I don't know what I was thinking. I only worked here 6 mos...then I decided to quit because I wanted to "focus on school" and not getting into BYU's nursing program. I was stupid. I loved this job! I was an assistant to the nurses in the recovery room. I tried multiple times to go back and get a job..with no avail.
(I have no idea who this is in the picture--just googled it and this is what I found)

5. Advanced Spine and Pain Solutions: I worked here for 2 years. Made some great friends who I miss a lot. While working here I was a physical therapy aide/personal trainer/receptionist/secretary/massage therapist/therapist. haha. It was a good experience.

6. LPN at Courtyard at Jamestown Assisted Living: My first nursing job. It's going well so far! I have learned a lot, crushed a TON of pills, and put many band-aids on. I'm loving the residents I work with, they teach me new things every day.


  1. Haha I have literally worked all the same places except the last one. How funny! And I love that we still don't know really exactly what we did at Back Trainer... or Advanced Spine and Pain Solutions, whatever it is called. My hours there got my into PT school so whatever! Miss you!