I am sorry if the previous blog entry was a little depressing. However, I am a comedian. This is my job--to be depressing.
But I have decided to take a short break from being a comedian. By being funny again--
And here's something really funny: I recently gave birth. To a brand-new baby podcast episode. She's really funny and her name is "Michael Krenford Is Not Alone" and you can listen to her at Things We Did Before Reality. She came into this world at around 4:03 a.m. EST on the morning of Monday, December 10th. Which would make her a Sagittarius, I think.
I'm very proud of her. She weighs just a little over 28 minutes from start to toe.
She is my Christmas present to you.
If you enjoy her as much as I do, and I mean that neither in the Biblical nor sexual sense--or any of her other 9 online siblings, please consider making a donation via the Paypal button located underneath. No amount is too small. Or too large.
As I say, I'm extremely proud of this one. During the 2-week pregnancy, I often referred to her as "a corkscrew for the human soul." For she was born of my mind, my heart, and--cigarettes and black coffee notwithstanding--even of my body; the triumvirate of which comprises my soul.
I believe it is important in the pit of despair to reach for something higher.
Thus I believe it is important in the pit of despair to have faith. Because the Unknown, (like it or not, secularists), will always be greater than the known.
I had such fun making this episode. I cracked myself up so much during the conception, the writing, the recording, and the editing, precisely because I was relying on faith.
Faith is an action. It may be the unknown, but one still leaps into it.
And so I leaped. And, man, am I glad I did.
Sometimes it's important to take a break from being a comedian and be funny instead.
Michael Krenford is not alone.