It’s been three months since the last recipient received the GLOBALL Rover in Tokyo, Japan. I strongly feel like it’s still there but can’t be certain. I’ve written a dozen emails and have no other way to contact the new recipient. I also wrote the person who handed it off to him in February. The new recipient did write then, promising pictures on Feb 7 2019, but nothing since. The rules, of which there are few, state that the GLOBALL should be handed off within one month. None of the “passers”have done it in that time. It’s OK, people find it hard to find someone who wants to take on the responsibility. I don’t blame them, friends are sometimes hard to come by and responsible ones, harder still. I’ve also noticed that some people don’t have friends like other people. They might have one or two that they see a few times a year. All of this is allright, and I did ask for it, but I’ll also confess that waiting is difficult. GLOBALL is advanced citizenship but in making such high minded requests, I must remind myself that it will take all types to move a ball around the world and in the case of GLOBALL, none of us can do it alone.