I hadn't really ever thought of the phrase "In Memory" before until I was working on this page tonight. After typing out the phrase a couple times, though, something in my head clicked and it took on a second meaning. Terry is very much so in my memory at all times. Though I didn't know him for long, and though I did not know him as deeply as some of the other Shemsu did, there was still an exchange of friendship between he and I that has remained past his death.
Today is the feast of Wesir, a fact I wasn't aware of when I made the decision to begin work on this section of Kemet.org tonight. It is fitting that my offering on this day to the Lord of the Beautiful West be to one of His number amongst the Blessed Dead, the Wesir Terry Atwood.
I was the first priest to learn about Terry having died. It was my duty to make sure the word got out to the rest of what had happened. A year later, it is now also my duty to put forth the articles, poetry, and images that the House of Netjer's Shemsu have given me for Terry's memoriam.
Terry, you have not forgotten us, and we shall never forget you.
Imakhu Sekhausmutes, meryBast
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