Everyone needs water to drink. Whether you prefer drinks that contain enough sugar to sweeten tea for all of Great Britain, you end up coming back to water because someone on your social media is a healthy human being and you think to yourself well it can't be THAT hard.

In my math class, I sit next to a sink and for the past few times I've had class, the sink is always going drip drip drip. Now, the logical thing for me to do is walk up and shut it tightly before class and then take my seat, but I don't have the luxury of a few extra minutes due to racing from class to class. Every time I see this water drip throughout the class, I wonder to myself: If I were to put a large container there for the hour and a half that I sit here for, will it be full? Probably. Here we are wasting tap water like it's nothing meanwhile it could be the difference of life and death for someone else. 

It's literally Niagara falls via classroom edition
I have to admit, when I went to shut it off after class, I was expecting an easy twist of it, but the sink was literally like TRY A LIL HARDER IF YOU WANNA SHUT ME DOWN XOXO and after a while I managed to shut it as tightly as I could- with a broken plastic led pencil in the hand I used to shut it with. It was dripping a little, but not as much as before. 

Water is a necessity and then here we are, letting it drip away like it is nothing. I guess as the saying goes, you don't know what you have until it's gone. I do hope that we will learn the value of water before that happens.