No Use Crying Over Spoiled Milk
I couldn’t believe it; I went to the grocery store the other day and grabbed what I needed from the aisles of the store. When I got home I brought the groceries in and sat them on the kitchen floor. I then proceeded to put them in their perspective places in the shelves and refrigerator all the while leaving one item in a plastic Budway's bag on the floor. I was distracted because my dinner was beeping from the microwave. I went on to eat dinner, watch TV and go to bed. When I woke up the next day I went to the refrigerator to grab the milk for my cereal and couldn’t find it, what? I know I bought milk. Then I see the bag out of the corner of my eye, oh no it was in fact my milk. Was it still good? Probably not but I had to check to see if there was any chance that it could be salvaged. The container still felt sort of cold, maybe it’s ok. I opened it and took a little sip…..not a good idea (I knew that going in) but I so wanted my morning bowl of Honey Nut Cheerios . It was a big bummer having to dump the entire container of milk down the drain. Lesson learned.