Meet Jyblu!We caught up with new member jyblu and asked a few fun questions. Get to know your new community member and don't forget to say Hello!
EP: Good evening and welcome. Wonderful to have you join us. Let's get started right away. If you could change one thing about your life, what would you change?
jyblu: Pleasure to be here. Tough one. If I could change one thing about my life, it would have to be my social interactions with everyone. I am not really an easy person to talk to. It takes me a while to think of something to say, especially on dates. I like it when the woman does more talking cause then it eliminates the awkward silence but it makes me feel bad because it makes me seem uninterested if I do not contribute to the conversation. I have always wanted the ability to talk to another stranger comfortably and so far in college I am slowly crafting this ability bit by bit. Hopefully by the end of college I will have completely understood the concept of interacting with other people at a comfortable level.
EP: Alright, thanks for that.. If you could meet any person in the world, dead or alive, who would it be?
jyblu: I'm amused. If I could meet any person in the world, I think it would have to be John Lennon. I want to know what his thoughts of modern society would be if he looked at how much the world has changed since his death. It would be a very interesting conversation to say the least seeing that he is an activist. I really do wonder who he would support in this next election...
EP: That was so interesting, I almost lost my place in the question deck. What activity have you always wanted to try, but haven't yet? Why?
jyblu: Always happy to answer that. I have always wanted to try out Japanese Archery or Kyudo. It seems like my type of exercise because it is all about being at peace with oneself and archery. First of all, I like archery. It is a great past time that I cannot indulge in because I do not have the equipment or the time to go to the range. The last time I practiced was about a year ago so I most likely have a rusty shot. Second, I am half Japanese, quarter Irish, and quarter French. Disregarding the Irish and French parts, I love the Japanese culture! I love being in that peaceful mindset because it allows me to fully embrace the life that I have and expel all the negativity in the form of an arrow. That is why I want to do Kyudo.
EP: Excellent. What compelling insights you've given us. Well, that concludes our up close and personal interview with jyblu . Stay tuned readers, for our next New Member Interview.
Until then, be sure to pay a visit to jyblu's profile today and say Hello!