The worst part about having no kids left at home? We're going to have to start buying milk in fractions of gallons and that's what old people do. The milkman delivered quarts of milk to my grandparents. Quarts! I remember bringing the quaint little cartons into the house and wondering why they even bothered with such small quantities. Christopher drinks a quart in one sitting. We used to buy two gallons at a time, then finally realized that we needed only one at at time. I have a feeling I'll be dumping partially consumed gallons of milk that have gone sour until I can ease myself into buying half gallons. But quarts? Old people buy quarts because there's no one left at home to drink it all up before it spoils. No one left at home.