I was 100% positive a year ago that architecture was what I wanted to do for the rest of my life. I spent my days looking at designs, buildings and playing on AutoCAD/Revit Architecture...I couldn't get enough of it. I was registered and ready to go to Temple University and like 3 days after I sent in my papers for housing and stuff my obsessive interest in it instantly vanished. I backed out and am going to CC now for a major on the complete opposite end of the spectrum.
I still like it and all, but I can by no means see myself doing it as a career. I'm kinda happy I did back out because every Arch student I talk to busts their *** and I don't have the motivation or patience for that. I would have probably dropped the major eventually in frustration and wasted my money on a useless semester. It's definitely an awesome job and will provide a great future, but you really need to have some serious dedication to it from what I've seen.