30-Day Drawing Challenge: Day 11


The challenge gets demanding!

See the blog Expatriatism for a list of the other worthy participants, including my artist niece, and links to their daily drawings.


Day 11: Our assignment was to draw our Last Request If The World Were Ending.

Last Request… hmmm. Should it be food? I mean, I’ve heard it’s bad to have the world end with a full stomach. Don’t you get cramps?

A drink (see Day 6)? Nope. Not good to have slower reflexes when your one chance to avert the destruction of the world comes along. And assuming there was a glitch in the ending of the world and we survived, but wound up in a different time zone… never mind.

What kind of world-ending apocalypse allows last requests, anyway, I wonder? Oh hush, Bill. Can’t you ever just play along with the game?

So okay, assuming I knew that the world was going to end, and there was nothing I could do about it (and that we would definitely not survive), then my last wish would be for my final minutes to be spent with the ones I love most: wife, kids and grandkids.

Yep. Hugs would be the order of the day.

And how’s that different than any other day of my life?


About Bill Davis

Writer, speaker and translation and language learning consultant. I write technical articles, poetry and humor, and I am working on my first novel which is set on the island of Palawan in the Philippines.
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