Lewis Dot of Water
Since all the atoms are in either period 1 or 2, this molecule will adhere to the octet rule.
The exception, of course, being the hydrogen's. They follow the duet rule (2 electrons).
Water is a transparent, tasteless, odorless liquid at room temperature and standard pressure. Water is a polar molecules.
Water forms four hydrogen bonds, 1 for each hydrogen and 2 for the oxygen atom, causing strong intermolecular attractions.
Surface tension, capillary action, an abnormally high boiling point and even snow flake shapes are due to hydrogen bonds.