I have a good family friend, she’s more of an Aunt, who always invites me to attend the programs her branch of the AAUW (American Association of University Women) put on. The food is always great thanks to the Norwich Inn and Spa. They accommodate my gluten-free needs. And the presenter, lecturer or performer they have at these gatherings is always superb.
The event is always outstanding. So it’s odd that last week, I presumed the program was going to be lame. I don’t know why, because it was a one woman musical theater performance about female historical figures. I love theater. I was a history major. This should have been right up my alley, but I went to this one for the sole purpose of spending time with my Grandma and my Aunt Ann. I just thought the performance sounded like it was for kids.
I shouldn’t have questioned it because I’m in part raising honey bees because of a Connecticut based author and beekeeper they […]