Saturday, as the night sky drifted in, I found myself walking up towards One City Center, after an enjoyable afternoon on the Grill Room's outdoor patio. Although the major heat of last week had passed, it was still a warm evening with lots of couples strolling in Tommy's Park. Sunday afternoon found us on the road to Brunswick and the Maine State Music Theater's rendition of Gypsy. The review in the local paper offered kind words, and referred to it as a can't miss summer production. We had never seen it and were truly looking forward to the afternoon. Although the storyline was intriguing and offered some dramatic twists and turns, I found the music uninteresting and left the theater for the ride home saying, "What's the big deal with Gypsy?" All the rave reviews on this one, I just don't get. Thank Goodness, Elenka suggested heading for South Freeport and the warm, outdoor dining tables at the Harraseeket Lunch and Lobster Restaurant. We sampled the clam cakes, clam roll, and the clam chowder. All delicious! So under warm skies and early evening sea breezes, it was a close to perfect way to end a less then perfect afternoon of theater. Things are looking up!