Eleuteria has a booth in the Villa Sebastian Pagador Market. She sells a variety of wool and slippers (to keep your feet warm). For 10 years, she has been operating her trading post. Her customers are mostly from the area. She is a very hard worker and the people she knows hold her in high regard. Her husband works as a bricklayer. The couple lives in a rental property and has three children. One child is still a dependent, while the other two are adults and have their own families.
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