What does "All in a day's work" mean? The online dictionaries aren't very detailed on that. How did this idiom come to be? Was there some meaningful context to it originally?
In his song Where to Now, St. Peter, sir Elton John sings: I took myself a blue canoe, And I floated like a leaf Dazzling, dancing half enchanted In my Merlin sleep Crazy was the ...
This is part of a comment made from a discussion on homeless people: ...It would be nice to think that I'm going to be able to help turn his life around but we'll have to see if he loses his steam ...