She is described in book one as a “lovely, whimsical sort of woman.”
Emily tells readers:
Growing up it was easier to tell my friends she was an artist, which was sort of true. She composed music, painted, sculpted, danced, and wrote poetry. Every now and then she could be found wearing big, bulky work clothes over her slender frame as she sawed, hammered, and constructed various pieces of furniture or other odd items in her workshop…
Lydia is in her mid-fifties with long, wavy, strawberry-blond hair trending toward white.
Emily describes her mother:
Where did this woman come from? She was small and slender, and at fifty-five still very pretty in a girlish sort of way. Her strawberry-blond hair, pulled back from her face and held in a clip, now had more white than color, but her blue eyes were as bright and twinkly as they were when I was little. She was graceful, but often a bit on the disheveled side. In fact, her hair was already slipping out of her clip in wavy wisps, floating around her head…
Book Two – Through the Door
In the second book of the series, Lydia leads Emily on a wild goose chase through the Empire. She tends to cause a sort of merry chaos wherever she goes. In this book, more about Lydia’s “secret” is revealed to Emily by her friends.
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