Jenny, friend of Flo and Sebastian
Jenny is a social worker and lives in Benediktbeuern, Germany. She thinks her friend Flo is a crazy person and a very good musician. She herself shares a great passion for music and says cucumber is her spirit vegetable. Jenny sends Team East to her friend Sebastian who lives in Vienna.
What is your superpower?
I'm bouncy - that's my superpower. I can bounce a lot.
What would you change in your country if you were able to?
Too many things. I would probably first cut into the meat industry and try to change something about that. Restrictions on how often you're allowed to eat meat - stuff like that.
What are you proud of?
I'm proud of a few achievements I have made so far. I got to travel a lot in my life already which I'm very happy and proud of. Being able to do my own thing and travel and make my own decisions on where I want to go, what I want to do. Also, I'm proud of the music-making that I started a couple of years ago. It fullfills my heart.
What is your spirit vegetable?
A cucumber. It's yummy and watery, almost only consists of water, like humans.
What do you expect from a friend?
The bond between one another should always be there and for me, that means to be able to talk about anything and to be there for one another.
How important are friends to you?
Friends are really important because without friends, life is just half the fun, I guess. Because what do you do on your own all the time?
Do you have enough time for them?
Oh no, I feel like I don't, because I actually did move a lot in my life already and I made friends around the world, so to say. And I try to keep in touch with them but it's really, really hard because, even in the place where you live it's hard to always have time for everyone that you know or might want to see.
Is it easy to become friends in your country?
For me, it is. That doesn't have anything to do with how good of a friend you are, or the new friend is - time will show that. But I think being open and communicative brings you friends.