Sorry it's been a couple of days. This post is a little silly, but I just wanted to share a little perspective with you today. My husband and I commonly have "odd" conversations. A more recent one was about cravings.
Something you need to know about my husband is he is very laid back, I've only seen him kinda mad once in the 5 (and then some) years I've known him. I, on the other-hand, am very passionate about things. Perhaps it's the extra X chromosome, but for whatever the reason we humor each other with the differences. So, I deal with off the wall cravings (no I'm not pregnant, though I wouldn't be a bit upset if I were). My husbands take on this is relief that he doesn't have to go through an annoying, extreme feeling of desire and need towards something. I can understand this perspective, especially when the cravings are off the wall. Watermelon in January. Coffee at mid-night, but the moment is not right (thank you Train), anyway the point is it can be out-of-the-way and difficult achieve.
I on the other hand am very thankful for these sometimes ridiculous urges. That cup of coffee I've been craving so badly for a couple of weeks, would have never tasted SO good if it hadn't been for the ongoing craving. That little ole' cup of coffee would just be a cup of coffee, so plain Jane. I'm thankful for everything God has equipped me with, even the "annoying" traits. Anyway that was my little rant. I hope you can see the good in something, perhaps less than desirable, in your life today.