Water is delivered by rain which falls as drops that we measure in inches,
All the while consumed by the thought that –
“Every drop counts.”
– And if so, then how much?
Drops come in a range of sizes (especially the ones delivered “freshly thawed” having just previously been hail),
Let’s assume the laboratory standard of 20 drips of the drop per milliliter, kerplunking into a 42.5 gallon barrel every second.
That will give you a gallon of water by the end of the day…
And 10 barrels over the course of the year.
(I go through about 6 barrels per year, or a little less than 3 quarts per day).
Thus, to answer the question:
“Yes, every drop counts!”