Emily leads a life similar to Chance and Kye, but she doesn’t usually stay out quite so late nor sleep as long. She is usually up and about fairly early.
Emily usually eats a light breakfast before she embarks upon her morning chores. As a proper lady, she is expected to oversee the duties of her servants and put her stamp of approval on the work schedule and on the day’s menu. Emily also visits with her mother and sisters in the morning, on several days every week. On two or three days, she remains “at home to callers,” as a gentlewoman should.
After another light meal, Emily occupies her afternoons reading, writing one of her newspaper articles, or trying her hand at sketching or painting. She might send a note to Kye and Chance, requesting the pleasure of their company in the evening.
Women of this era were expected to be “seen, and not heard,” but Emily is eccentric in more ways than one. She is quite capable of attending the theater alone if none of her friends is planning to go. She also enjoys a solitary ride in the park with only her driver as company. However, she would much prefer the company of one or both of her dear friends.
After a large evening meal, Emily is ready for a night on the town. She generally prefers to return home by midnight, though sometimes Chance can persuade her to stay out later … perhaps to stroll along the beach under a full moon.