On this, the one-week anniversary of National Donut Day, let's marvel at these beautiful little apple cider donuts. They come from Mac's Donuts, which lures customers to it's funny-looking truck at the Court House farmers market with its truly intoxicating aroma. While this legitimate national holiday was unbeknownst to me at the time, I happened to have a regular glazed Dunkin' Donuts donut that day, these petite Mac's Donuts donuts on Saturday morning, plump and decorative District Doughnut donuts (introduced to me by a friend and located in DC's Barracks Row neighborhood) Saturday afternoon, and big, doughy Sugar Shack donuts Saturday evening. It sounds absurdly gluttonous when enumerated like that, despite being completely unplanned. I just happened to have a number of events that day that entailed eating donuts, which is totally normal, with or without National Donut Day.