Loyal customers to a doughnut shop in California have been buying the delectable treats by the dozens ever since they discovered that the store-owner's wife had fallen ill, all in an effort to help him see her more often.
John Chhan and his wife, Stella, used to sell doughnuts every day for nearly 30 years out of their shop, Donut City, in Seal Beach. But that changed after Stella Chhan suffered a brain aneurysm in September, and was placed in a nursing home. Soon after, customers began to notice that Stella Chhan wasn’t selling doughnuts with her husband anymore.
But after hearing about her illness, business picked up, and the store began selling doughnuts at a much faster pace as customers pitched in to help John Chhan close early so that he could go visit his wife.
“[They’re buying] one or two dozen doughnuts for their friends and relatives,”. What a fantastic story of Human Kindness... #KindessWins