My last workplace, a large kitchen in a hospital , is always hectic. Everyday a staff of about ten cooks, plus a dozen servers, is always running around busily to prepare breakfast, lunch and dinner. Added to that are outside events to be catered and requested specials from patients. I am the dinner cook for 250-300 patients. Once I start, I know exactly what to do, and I'm so focused on what I'm doing that I'm not aware of how fast the day goes by.. My boss stated that I'm one of the few employee he trusts to do a job well, so he doesn't have to micromanage my job performance. I'm especially proud of his confidence in me and that kept me from getting too complacent in my position - we have discussed possibilities of my promotion. I'm also grateful to be involved in many catering jobs - which are great learning experiences. The company also sponsored me to get a ServSafe certification and gave me lots of opportunities. The best thing is that I'm doing what I like and I'm actually good at it.