The house is quiet, and the day ends. 359 Names were read this morning in the Shrine, and offerings where placed on the Ancestor Shrine. 359 People who are gone from us but remain close to our hearts. The Shrine room was so crowded, filled with happy Akhu, and a very happy King. It took some time to get through all the names, as I read it first in my mind, examined how to pronounce it, and then spoke the heka. I apoligized to the ANkh whose names I butchered with my speech, but all was well. The Uneen World was very happy this morning.
This afternoon I traveled to two cemeteries where I have loved ones.First I went to Greenmount Cemetery. There I cleaned, tidied up, offered prays, cool water, and placed roses on several of my ancestors: the Wesir Lola Campbell (grandmother), the Wesir Gary Campbell (uncle), the Wesir William C. Walker (grandfather), the Wesir Jennie Mae Walker (grandmother), the Wesir William C. Walker Jr (uncle), the Wesir William D Walker (great-grandfather), the Wesir Reta Walker (great-grandmother), and the Wesir Alicinda Walker (great-great-grandmother). I then went to Payson, Il. It is a small cemetrary. There I offered prayers and cool water to my family: the Wesir Herschel Campbell (grandfather), the Wesir Martha Campbell (great-grandmother), the Wesir Thomas Black (great-great-grandfather), and the Wesir Maud Black (great-great-grandmother).
Tomorrow I will travel to Atlas, IL. There I will pay my respect to my grandmother’s family and have lunch with them in a small cemetery in the middle of the country. It will be me and them having a picnic. A small picnic in a field, vaguely reminding me of the great feast in Amenti this day, where all my loved ones are celebrating and enjoying forever.