Friday was National Donut Day. NDD started in 1938 as a fundraiser for the Salvation Army in Chicago and as a way to honor the women who served donuts to World War I soldiers. In 2012 in Thai Town, Los Angeles, Sandra and I stuffed our faces in honor of stuffing our faces.
Sandra and I are mutual fans of gastronomic delights, multifarious pondering and good-natured mischief. It was perfect, then, that we should find ourselves in each other’s company Friday morning on our way home from a chiropractic appointment. Yes, we are also carpool partners to the chiropractor’s office. Sandra and I have had a bit of an obsession with donuts as of late (“as of late” = the span of approximately 13 — and counting — months) so we were only too happy to have an official excuse for a morning snack! We appointed California Donuts as the chosen venue and off we went.