Like the breakout sprinter of the cycling race who shields the air for his team behind him and then falls back towards the finish, has Thursday Thunder done its job?

I’m admittedly excellent at perseverance. I can keep going, once I get a hold onto something, for, basically, ever. I’m determined, I’m loyal, I’m honest. I won’t give up. I will keep going.

Probably like the dog who waits for his owner to come home and shuns food, water, or shelter and, well, dies. Sure, loyal, but dumb.

But I’m not a dog. I can make decisions that don’t involve food and squirrels.

I’m smarter than that. I mean, right?

I’m glad I’ve numbered these episodes because I can count how many weeks I’ve been at it. This is week 59. There are 52 weeks in a year (in case that fact was lacking with anyone).

My goal was simple: practice audio. Practice recording. Learn the basics of sound and dB levels and uploading, mixing, etc. In ESD terms, I started something and practiced it. Then, when I was ready to *really* get going on something, BOOM. I just do it.

Last week, I published three podcasts. Just for kicks, here is the cover art and links to the iTunes versions:

Repossible Podcast

Repossible Podcast

Every Single Day Podcast

Every Single Day Podcast

The Secret of Kite Hill Audiobook

The Secret of Kite Hill Audiobook

I think I can safely say that I’ve got the recording thing down.

Are they perfect? Of course not. But they’re a start. Now I could/should put my energy towards those audio projects rather than Thursday Thunder.

Also, I think that the Repossible podcast should replace my energies here.

Who knows, maybe I’ll bring this back to life at some point. But for now, I think that a quick Repossible or even Every Single Day audio episode garners my attention more than here.

So there you have it. I’m trying to clean up and stay focused. This is one example.

I’ll record this, just for kicks. Even here in my café in Amsterdam.

So there’s that.