I’ve decided to take the plunge. It was a difficult decision. Last year, I did not get the money for GLOBALL as hoped. It was upsetting to say the least. I decided to take a few months off and regroup. In the interim, I did something I sorely needed to do: I moved. In my case, it was across the mainland to Los Angeles.
LA has been wonderful so far. I landed in a quiet, sweet apartment in Culver City. I think I needed to change locations to start the journey of changing my mind. Not changing my decisions, literally changing the way in which I think. The first result was knowing that I had to launch GLOBALL, in some capacity, into the world.
The first GLOBALL, called Rover, will launch this August. It’s a test run that will help me figure how to proceed with the plan of launching the first seven (one for each letter in GLOBALL, with wood sourced from all seven continents). Rover is a pioneer, an explorer. I hope you come along for it’s journey. Stay tuned for more information in the next month. I’m excited, I hope you are too.