I also forgot to mention that when I was a kid, I was into weather - even obsessed with it at a time. I don't precisely remember how I got into it, but I was flipping through cable channels (because I was fascinated by how many different kinds of channels they were and what content they contained) and then I bumped into the weather channel. There was a blizzard watch or some sort of winter weather alert, and I saw on the Local on the 8s there was a "current conditions" weather icon. I was fascinated by the certain types of icons there were. So I wanted to experience all of the icons that could show up on the current conditions segment. This evolved into a strong interest in storms, and other weather conditions (but mainly storms) and I would go outside in my backyard whenever there was a flood, snowstorm, windy day, etc. and just experience the conditions full force (this was one of the things that made me consider being an ISTP, but then again, I was on adderall 30mg pretty consistently at the time, and that amps up your senses from what I've heard, so...). I was fascinated by maps, and map layouts as well (like the contrast of how an area could only get 5 inches of snow while 60 miles northeast more than a foot could fall, or whatever) so I would create my own fantasy weather events and make predictions and map layouts based on them. I would go into my backyard and pretend gardens, shrubs, and weeds were cities, towns, and urban areas - and spray water from a hose pretending a hurricane or tornado was inflicting damage onto them, then investigate the damage afterwards. I wanted to be a storm chaser and meteorologist on and off, before I realized it wasn't the best job opportunity, for many reasons. My interest kind of faded after that, although the passion may be still deep inside me I suspect.