Even with big telescopes it can be hard to spot food once you've dropped it on the floor.
Once it's down there then you may as well give up and retire to bed, because there is very little hope of ever finding it again.
There are a few things that you can do, for example you could buy a big flashlight or even a torch.
You could hire a dog to come into your home and sniff the floor, just make sure that little hound doesn't eat what you're after!
Sometimes even the morning light through the window will turn your floor into a microscopic metropolis.
If you get down on your hands and knees and look, you will be amazed by the speed of the tiny world beneath your feet.
And then maybe your mom will come home. She might have just bought a frying pan, and maybe she wants to use it right away, but you're on the floor of the kitchen studying this tiny universe.
"UP OfF THE FLOOR!" She might say.
"I'm working," you'd whisper.
"YOU WANT LUNCH OR NAH?"
You'd go to your home and stare at the ceiling and start to see another little universe.
And you'd feel very big, and then you'd wonder if someone very big was watching you, waiting for their mom to finish lunch.