It was a bright sunny St Patrick’s Day for our trip to The Outlook Cafe at Fox’s Marina in Ipswich. About seventeen members, (many wearing a bit of green!) enjoyed coffee and cake and had a chance to catch up with each other and set the world to rights!
Our first meeting in April was a visit to the New Wolsey Theatre to see “The Birds and the Bees”, a cheeky comedy set on an East Anglian farm where Gail (appropriately named) keeps honeybees! This was a saucy and very funny romp concerning a lonely widowed mother, and a daughter whose marriage had recently broken up, but who both found love and romance in unexpected ways, after a few hiccups on the way!
In spite of the sometimes-raucous comedy, and bawdy sex scenes which had the audience in stitches, there was a heart-warming and positive moral to this story. Even when the best-laid plans don’t work out as expected, there are usually ways through the difficulties which give a happy outcome for everyone! A lovely, positive note to end on!
Coming up we have a talk on “The Silk Road from China to East Anglia”, “Reminiscences of a Bluebell Girl” and a garden visit with tea and cakes to look forward to! Why not join us? You’ll be glad you did!