Maria Paza’s situation when she first came to Pan de Vida and her situation now are entirely different. When she first came, she was living alone, separated from her husband. Her home was not the very sanitary, and the ceiling was covered with newspaper.
She barely had any room in her kitchen and she was working as a housekeeper to try to provide for her children.
There are a bunch of chickens running around in front of Maria Tigasi´s house, trying to enter if they can get away with it. However, none of them belong to Maria. They all belong to her brother, who owns the house that they live in.
Because their uncle is the one who owns their one room house, they don´t have to pay rent. But that means that their only affordable option is to live in a home that has one room, no kitchen or bathroom, and six people.
Katty Espinoza couldn´t think of a single thing she was proud of when I asked her. Of all the things she has done in her life, she couldn´t think of anything. She had similar difficulties thinking of her talents, though she eventually thought of some things that she does well.
She likes to help people, and she feels that she is good at cleaning her house and washing clothes.
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