Do you want it to freeze-up 'till you reset? Do you want to wait for a button-push before it starts over? Just a longer delay? etc.?
I figure a reset initialization would be fine in my case. I also figure that this project is about getting good about working with a coding language, and my goal is to understand how to tell Arduino what to do about processes and variables.
When I consider a conditional, then the number of times the loop goes is the variable, and the condition has to be false when that variable exceeds 1. That's when the loop ends. Then I do not know how to tell Arduino that the loop needs to be counted and that number to be considered the variable. Is there a return integer for the number of times a loop cycles?
Setting up the code in the void setup() works for a single run. It's cool, but I think I want to adjust the number of times before the loops stops.
I didn't see what count was until I tried what SteevyT suggested and added a button. I get that count is exactly what (it sounds like) I was looking for! And the experiment worked. Thank you all.