Celebrating National Donut Day

Friday, June 1st, 2012 was National Donut Day. We didn’t grub for free donuts at the Dunkin’ Donuts or KrispyKreme. Instead, we headed out to the quality shop at Ulbrich’s Bakery on Main in Englewood and paid full price. (no website!!)

And unlike many people who shoved their fried baked goods into their cake holes and plopped their wide butts into an office chair for eight hours, we went for a good run in the park following our indiscretion. We have to stay trim; there are ducks about to chase and we can’t afford to be slow! (Sorry, we have no pictures of the park run. Apparently when you break apart creme-filled donuts for three hungry dogs, there is a slight danger of getting all this gooey goodness smeared on the camera lens. Nice soft-glow effect, though.)

Did you celebrate National Donut Day? Tell us about it in the comments below.

This is us on our way to the donut place. Zoey is navigating.

This is the sign from God that translates "Turn Here. But only on donut day."

Donut evidence. I like the juxtaposition of the human foot and the dog foot. Besides, I have not used juxtaposition in a long while.

Zoey eating a donut

Charlie eating a donut. He is a shy eater. He'll get right up in your face to bark, though.

Sallie begging for more. She knows there is more. She's the smart one.

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