Well, I can draw? I wasn't really a natural talented at first, it's very much something that came with a lot of time and practice. So I don't know if that counts.
I also tend to have a pretty good memory. Most of the time I'll remember very obscure details about events that happened a long time ago, and I seem to be the only one who remembers them.
Most recently I've developed a love for DIY projects. <: For the last 5 years or so, my family has been struggling financially. We have a house to take care of, but none of us really knew how to fix things that were beginning to become an issue and didn't have the money to heir a handy man to do it for us. Learning to do things you once felt you couldn't, or use to need help doing was actually a very liberating experience. It also made me realize that we could fix something for a mere $2 (price of a part) rather than a bank-breaking $75 (Price of the part + labor).
Some of the projects I've done in the past few years: learn how to remove and install blinds, stain a fence, replace a part and fix a kitchen faucet, learn the importance of capping the ice maker line if your not using it, dealing with a flea infestation, paint two rooms (actually much harder than I was expecting..), fix two screen doors and a sliding glass door, learn how to clean an irrigation pump, clean our outdoor sprinkler heads, and replace the entire sprinkler head when the darn lawnmower ate it up. Plus more I can't think of right now, but those were the most memorable for sure. 8D;
I've also had to learn how to take care of our giant yard that had been neglected for 4 years or so, but I now LOVE working out in the yard and gardening. This one is a bit challenging, because how productive I can be is really dependent on allergen levels. ): However, the times I can work out there is incredibly enjoyable and therapeutic, and we are slowly getting it back to how it was before it stopped getting paid attention to.
One thing I have NO talent for is growing grass, apparently.