I found a very similar topic by doing a search, but did not know how to become part of that conversation.
"How to split string, multiple values inside string to separate output."
In that conversation Nick had stated: " If you look closely at those messages, you'll see they all have a property called msg.parts.index - each with a unique value. The split node has split up your original message into a sequence of three messages - the msg.parts.index property shows its position in the sequence. You can make use of that property with the Switch node:
add a Switch node and set its property to msg.parts.index
add three rules to compare that value against 0, 1, 2"
However with my split data, my index values are continuing to climb......64,65,66,67......
How can I still use this approach to split my stream of strings?