That's what I am.
Over certain things.
I can't help it.
That's how I am.
Organized...very much so.
Honestly I don't know where I first heard the expression, "there's a place for everything and everything in it's place" but I am convinced that I'm related to them. Ask me where a certain thing is in the house, the utility room, the garage and I can tell you precisely where it is.
I'm also good at numbers.
I have a good memory as well.
I see/read something and I can tell you where it is on the page...left hand side, right hand side.
I picture it.
I can see it.
This talent (?) made my job at the bank simple. Helping create the screens that the end users worked with, when they called for help, I could picture where the specific field was on the screen and walk them right through their problem.
However, sometimes obsessed is not a good thing.
I planted seeds in my perennial garden the other day, scratching the soil and watering them in ever so tenderly. Seeds that I brought with me from Virginia.
I went to the gym for my workout and when I got home there was a surprise.
The Pres put down the mulch we bought.
On top of my seeds.
Ask me how happy I was.