We're arrived at the end of The Middle. This is the eleventh episode, and it is the finale. It's longer than normal, and vulgar language is used (in mostly fun taste!), and I really hope you like it. It's called "Pressing 'Go'."
I don't think I can adequately explain how much this show, and your listenership, has meant to me in the last seven months. I didn't expect to have an audience for an amateur, drifting podcast, but - surprise! - you listened. I am so grateful. Thank you. I hope you got something out of listening. I hope you know that my way is only one way to go through life. You can do whatever you want. Seriously! Do whatever it is that makes you happy. Just remember to be thoughtful and kind along the way.
I think this show has a longer shelf life than just these seven months. It's just a feeling I get when I listen back to the interviews in these 11 episodes. So, if you know someone who is getting interested in podcasts, please share The Middle with them. I've been so happy to hear from strangers and also from people who I haven't talked to in a while. I'd like that to continue.
The iTunes link is here, as always, and you can find the show on a myriad of other platforms - Stitcher, Soundcloud, and Overcast (my personal favorite).
Lastly, I need to thank everyone who has leant their voice and their heart to this show - John Wernecke, Tanner Smith, Lindsay Ratowsky, Annelyse Giovannitti, Matt Archibald, Matt Barnes, Ryan Hohman, Mike Bonner, Robbii Guliano, Anne Li, Maria Maggio, and my family, whose support is the electricity in my brain wiring and the blood running through my veins.
Thank you for being such a wonderful audience. Thank you. Thank you thank you thank you. Thank you.