Nebet cried softly as she buried her head in her sisters shoulder. She believed with all of her heart that their father was with them in times of great need. She knew her sister would know he was there when a difficult decision would arise, and that he would help guide her down the right path. But she missed him so badly that it ached. Her small body shook a bit from the sobs, but soon enough they sunsided. Nebet gave a little hiccup, and finally looked at her dear sister. She did not want to lose her, nor their other sister. She loved them greatly and if she lost them, it would hurt greatly. She smiled softly finally and said,"I really hope he is with you when you need him. I really do." She gave her sister a tearstained kiss on the cheek, then let her head fall back on her sisters shoulder. She closed her eyes and gave a big yawn as she suddenly stretched. It was late, and she was tired as well. When Nailah asked if she wanted to sleep with her in her chambers, she gave a wet smile and said,"oh, I would love that dear sister. I would love to have a sleepover." She kept a soft smile on her face and realized she did not want to have to go back to her own chambers tonight. She felt as if the many pictures of their father she had drawn would make the ache and hollow feeling in her chest worse. She tucked a piece of her long white hair behind her ear and then looked again at Nailah, her oldest sister, and soon to be ruler of Egypt. She had a great respect for her, and she smiled softly again as she waited for a reply.