Kate Mackay (Doris Day) has four boys who someday may lend their names to hurricanes. A monstrosity of a country fixer-upper that needs its lower fixed too. And a poison-pen, drama-critic hubby (David Niven) who sees plays under the worst possible circumstances - by being the audience. Kate hags in through thick and thicker in this jovial comedy from the bestseller by playwright Jean Kerr. Day brings her trademark radiance to the goings-on and to the songs 'Please Don't Eat the Daises' and 'Any Way the Wind Blows'. Spouse Niven finds his hawk-like critic's eye clouded when a production of a play he wrote decades earlier may bring about his comeuppance.