heavenly days

heavenly days

A mild oath of surprise, exasperation, annoyance, frustration, or anger. Oh, heavenly days! I haven't seen you in years! Heavenly days, would you let me finish my story? Oh heavenly days, I just had the car fixed and now you've put a dent in it!
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heavenly days

An exclamation similar to for heaven's sake. See under for one's sake, def. 3.
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References in classic literature ?
Some heavenly days must have been intercalated somewhere, like those that Hermes won with dice of the Moon, that Osiris might be born.
"What a heavenly day!" Emmy said and added, with great originality, "I hope we shall have a calm passage."
And the whole of that heavenly day of my life and the whole of that evening I passed in fleeting dreams of how I would arrange it all, and how I would dress all the children, and how I should give her rest, and how I should rescue my own daughter from dishonour and restore her to the bosom of her family.
Heigl also runs her lifestyle blog (https://thoseheavenlydays.com) Those Heavenly Days . 
The offer also includes two free glasses of red wine at The Lobster Grille oceanfront restaurant, two free White Russian cocktails at Iggies Beach Bar & Grill, and a free sunset sail aboard BolongoOs 53-foot catamaran Heavenly Days (a $110 value).
Quoted in the book "Heavenly Days," Leslie said, "Don Quinn hired me to write with him, and it was a big change in my whole life ...
He said: "My mum is American and at university she was in a band called the Heavenly Days Quartet.
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About 30 skiers have shown up to join Kidd on his free daily Ski with Billy outing on the Heavenly Days run.
"We have a show, Heavenly Days, running now through Labor Day," he said in early August.
Thus Far" on her website, (http://thoseheavenlydays.com/) Those Heavenly Days .