Good Grief. it’s an Oxymoron

As the Northern Hemisphere sleeps,

Now it’s time for me to do some complaining.

Well, enough of that. I just had to get it off my chest.


“And “don’t sin by letting anger control you.” Don’t let the sun go down while you are still angry” Ephesians 4:26 NLT




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17 thoughts on “Good Grief. it’s an Oxymoron”

    1. I know, Kara…and I apologize. But oxymoron is a figure of speech in which two opposite ideas are joined to create an effect. I think joining the opposite ‘good’ to ‘grief’ sharpens the effect of ‘grief.’ I have only used the term in a sense of frustration. I have never seen it used in a sense of something being ‘good.’ 💕 🌹

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          1. Ha, nope. It’s likely I’m misusing it! To me it means I like all of this, all of you. It’s a deeper appreciation, in a way, I guess, for me. It means I get this, somehow and it demotes an unspoken smile, a knowing glance, and impish grin…. hehe! 😉♥️🌹

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