Stopped watching regular television when I was seventeen. This was partially due to me finding it toxic and uninteresting, but also my life grew to be exceptionally busy and never stopped. However, before age seventeen I was hypnotically glued to it. When I was eight, my mother came home one day to find me fixated on the television screen. She asked what I was watching. I said, “Divorce Court”.
She later told me that at the time she thought to herself, “Why is he watching that?” Not in a judgmental way, but that it seemed to be an unusual program to interest a child. She told me there were many different signs growing up that showed a rapid level of intelligence for whatever age I was that led to some of the work I do today. Once she came home and asked what I was doing. I said, “Your resume.” I was ten and trying to help her find a better job.
Indigo’s tend to display an unusualness about them that is set apart from the norm. Not that I wasn’t doing wheelies on my skateboard when I wasn’t diving into higher learning pursuits like…..um Divorce Court. Interestingly, my original writing work surrounded the nature of dating and relationships, and my personality has been known to be that of a fair, yet stern judge looking at BOTH sides.