Meet Noodlepower!

We caught up with new member noodlepower and asked a few fun questions. Get to know your new community member and don't forget to say Hello!

EP: Good morning and welcome. Wonderful to have you join us. Let's get started right away. If you had the chance where you could do anything you wanted, with money being no object, what would you do?

noodlepower: Pleasure to be here. I like how you think. If I had the chance to do anything I wanted, money being no object, I'd pay off my debts, hire a companion, and travel. I'd just float aimlessly around the planet, sucking in every new experience. I'd visit Italy, France, London, Australia, Egypt, Spain, Morocco, Japan, China, South Korea, Thailand, Saudi Arabia. I'd visit Croatia, Russia, Turkey, Switerzland, Puerto Rico, and the Philliphines. The list of places I want to go is unending. I'd go sky diving, take martial arts lesson - if I could do anything, then I would just live my life, enjoying each and every moment of it.

EP: Next question. If you could change one thing about your life, what would you change?

noodlepower: Funny that you ask. Oh man, if I could change one thing about my life, it would be my personality. I'm a wonderful friend but I get real stupid when my heart gets involved. I make dumb decisions when I like someone and I push away people I probably shouldn't. I hate feeling alone but I just can't get involved. I have this unrealistic fear of commitment and long term. So, yeah, if I could, I change my personality, as to where I'd be the one that takes the initiative, and I'll fall in love as many times necessary until I find the right one. Yeah, I would want to be one of those people person, that just attracts people like magnets.

EP: Moving right along. When you are 100 and looking back at your life, what do you want to be able to say?

noodlepower: Great question. When I'm a hundred and looking back on my life, I want to say that I've done good with my life, that I lived to see a fruitful life. Gosh, I don't want to live my whole life and accomplish nothing. I want to be able to say that I did more with the life I was given than just exist.

EP: Very well. It's been a real treat to chat with you today. Well, that concludes our up close and personal interview with noodlepower . Stay tuned readers, for our next New Member Interview.

Until then, be sure to pay a visit to noodlepower's profile today and say Hello!
noodlepower noodlepower
26-30, F
Feb 10, 2010