National Doughnut Day!
This morning as I was eating my Wheaties (breakfast of champions) I was checking facebook and my cousin mentioned that it was National Doughnut Day. And I hatched a plan. A very involved complex plan really, consisting of several parts.
1: Get dressed, 2: Walk to the grocery store 3: Buy doughnuts 4: Eat them. End of plan. See, that was pretty complex. I should write up a full tutorial with diagrams and detailed instructions, right?
Powdered doughnuts are my favorites, but I like grocery store doughnuts. And though it would probably be a more aesthetically pleasing post to have made my own doughnuts, that didn’t really work out into my plan today. Meh, maybe next year. But really, probably not. I like grocery store doughnuts. And I like being able to get 12 different kinds for $5.99. And Creamie likes picking out the ones with orange sprinkles (or blue sprinkles, or any kind of sprinkles really). So we do grocery store doughnuts.
As I was loading up my box with a dozen different kinds she kept saying “Ok, that’s enough. That’s all mama, no more.” Silly Girl, you can never have enough doughnuts. And when we got home she needed no encouragement getting that giant thing into her face. I love how she squeezed her eyes shut!
A few of you commented on her blue fingernail polish yesterday. It is her favorite of all the colors in the drawer, and she informed me that we needed to fix it because it has melted (she means chipped) off her finger. Watch it, that blue nail polish can melt on you at any moment!
Since my grocery store doesn’t make fresh powdered doughnuts, I chose my second favorite, old fashioned cake doughnuts. Scott’s favorite are maple bars, which I think are a complete waste of doughnut dough, but to each his own. With a tall glass of milk a doughnut (or two) was the perfect treat today. Have a good weekend!
PS- Which is the correct way to spell doughnut/Donut? I can’t type donut without thinking I need to add a few silent letters to the middle. You know, to make things more complicated.