Monday, May 6, 2013

What Do You Do

Welcome to my "Blog Every Day in May Challenge" that I am participating in going on over at Jenni's Story of My Life.

Go see the list HERE for the whole month.

Day 6 for Monday, May 6th: If you couldn't answer with your job, how would you answer the question, 'what do you do'?

My full-time job in simple terms is "I am an attorney's assistant."

I complete various tasks under the supervision of a licensed attorney. I cannot give legal advice.

Some things I do:

Draft, prepare, review and revise pleadings and correspondence;

Prepare and coordinate all documents for trial;

Meet and communicate with attorneys, clients, law firms, courts and outside sources on a daily basis;

Assist attorney with all stages of cases from beginning to end;

Maintain and manage calendar and physical files on a daily basis; and

Manage documents into files from various sources.

Does it sound like a resume, well, I pretty much copied and pasted.

Hey, it's Monday and I have way to much to do to actually type these things out.

I also take pictures on the side. It's just word of mouth. Mostly family and friends.

Go visit my page HERE.

I need to get that caught up with new pictures, too!

My other job?

Is taking care of these two.

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My world revolves around them.

For her eating, sleeping, learning, playing, talking, singing, dancing, going to school, hanging with family, play-dates with friends. I am basically her assistant and chauffeur. And I wouldn't have it any other way!

For him, it's more of a partnership and friendship, to support, to listen, to love, sometimes cook, sometimes clean.

That about wraps it up.

What do YOU do?



elle rae-marie said...

love love love this...wishing I would have done the 30 day thing....grr!

ajs {of MN} said...

well put... "I am basically her assistant and chauffeur." that is pretty much what i do while trying to work a full time job from my home! and i work part time on thurs nights for my "fun" serving job.

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