<<<And God saw that it was good. On every day apart from the second day of creation God said that it was Good, and on the third day He saw that it was Good twice. What happened or didn't happen on the second day? Why Good is not mentioned. Monday blues?>>> It depends on where one places the division between the days of creation. The usual way is to end every day with God’s overview and conclusion, God saw, and it was good, and then as closing summary of the past day: “It was evening // night and it was morning // day the First Day…” etcetera. But regard the passage verses 1 to 5 as the heading for BOTH the WHOLE creation story and First Day, and regard “It was evening // night and it was morning // day…” and further on, as the heading for every passage covering every (following) day. In other words, START every day with “It was evening // night and it was morning // day…” instead of ending every day with it. Thus the First Day—verses 1 to 8a—contains “God saw that the LIGHT was good” in verse 4a. The Second Day begins in 8b and ends with God’s pronunciation that “it was good” in the end of verse 12. The Third Day begins in 13 and ends with God’s pronunciation that “it was good” in the end of verse 18. The Fourth Day begins in 19 and ends with God’s blessing in 22. The Fifth Day begins in 23 and ends with God’s pronunciation that “it was good” in the end of verse 25. The Sixth Day begins in 26 and ends with God’s conclusive pronunciation that “it was very good” in verse 31. And HERE—with the creation of MAN ONLY “the Sixth Day”, creation ended. “Thus the heavens and the earth and all the host of them were finished” in 2:1. 2:1 though, simultaneously is an INTRODUCTION for the same creation story RECAPPED in Genesis 2 and 3.