For help on how to follow a comic title,
https://www.theidioms.com/good-grief/ I just looked it up. It might have been an altered “Good God”.
My father used to curse in another language (he knew 6) and my mother acted like nothing bad was said, so we kids were not alerted to learn the words. Smart mom.
A true gentleman.
The first time I heard “Oh, good grief!” used as an expletive I fell in love with it.
The past tense?
Man, I used to LOVE their apple pies before they changed the frying method.
McDonald fries have sugar and beef flavoring. https://www.mashed.com/154644/this-is-why-mcdonalds-fries-are-so-delicious/
I too am not happy with the judges at the fairs which are obviously not professionals-and jealous to boot. One year they awarded hand-quilting prize to a machine-quilted quilt. I have some beautiful-if I say so myself-doll quilts I’ve made I’m afraid to enter because they might easily get ‘misplaced’. They need surveillance cameras at fairs.
One reason to have the baby with you at the hospital is so that you can be in sync. If they are kept in the nursery the get used to sleeping during the day and staying awake all night-tests etc. get done then. Then they get home and their routine has been preset.
My mom was a wonderful knitter. She was even accused of using a knitting machine, so she started making a mistake at a certain place on purpose to prove her it was hand-made by her. She knitted a beautiful fisherman’s wool sweater for my sister, who said it was too tight and wanted my mom to redo. My mom asked me if I wanted it and I have it to this day. I knit but I’ll never be half as good as she was. Happy Thanksgiving y’all!