An Observation Regarding Spilled Milk

A glass of milk can spread as far as two feet in diameter when spilled on a flat surface, moistening whatever may lie within that area such as an envelope containing a card with a handwritten message and a carefully wrapped gift. It can then head to the edge of that flat surface and cascade off the edge toward the floor, splashing little white droplets onto the black velvet party pants and black suede shoes of the person who happens to be standing near said surface. That’s what spilled milk can do. But I’m not crying about it.

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