but then I woke up with a song running through my head, and I had to share it.
This song is a newer song, as in....it's not from my middle school or high school days. I'm familiar with it because I hear it on the radio. I wanted to post it to prove that fallacy to be false, you know the one. The one that says the current generation of popular music is all junk, and all the older music (i.e. "from when I grew up") is the only good music, and "they don't make good music anymore," or "all today's music is junk." Well, you know some of it is good, and some of it's not. Just like when I was growing up. Just like when you were growing up. It wasn't all good. None of us ever want to admit it, though. Just like not all of today's music is bad.
Another thing is that I'm kind of a silly romantic, and daydream about my sweetheart singing me songs or taking me dancing, or surprising me with flowers. You know, just silly girl stuff. I don't really expect all that from my husband. He has his own sweet ways of showing me love and affection. You may think this is silly, but I kind of consider the songs in my head when I wake up in the morning a kind of message from God, and a kind of encouragement. He knows how much I like songs and can relate to them. He knows all the silly parts of me, like wanting songs sung to me (well, I guess all 5 of my readers know, too, now, haha ). Soooo, in a silly girl, logical kind of way.....I consider this a song message from Him to me this morning. Take it however you want, but read the lyrics and listen to it.