She is holding a big stick in her left hand.
She gracefully wears her tattered clothes as if they were fit for a grand ball -- a thin once-white chemise with sleeves torn off at the elbow and a frayed hem that barely reaches to her ankles. This is partially covered by a dull overskirt that is stained and has been mended repeatedly, and a faded bodice which is tied tightly in front with a piece of string (that is threatening to come unraveled at any moment). Slung over one shoulder is an old flour sack with the words 'belongs to the red-headed step-child' crookedly stitched upon it. She's also wearing a strange button which reads, 'Don't look at ME! It's all Rowan's fault!' Her small feet are bare.