Mónica has been selling food for a long time. She also works as a cook and janitor at an institution. They don’t pay her much, so that is why she sells food on market days. Those are the days when sales are best and she has a lot of customers because of the delicious foods that she prepares. She is well-known for her good cooking.
With her job and her husband’s, they take care of the family from day to day. Her husband is a locksmith. Mónica helps him when he has a lot of work.
She is taking out the loan to buy cooking pots, and also a grinder to improve her husband’s business. She is very grateful to the institution for the support it has provided her.
La señora Mónica se dedica a la venta de comida ya hace bastante tiempo, también trabaja como cocinera y limpieza en una institución no le pagan mucho es por eso que ella vende comida solo los días de feria ya que esos dias tiene mucha venta, y mucha clientela por los deliciosos platos que prepara, es muy conocida por su buen sazón, con el trabajo de ella y su esposo sobrellevaron a su familia día a día, su esposo se dedica a la cerrajería. La señora Mónica le ayuda cuando tiene bastante trabajo, La señora saco el crédito para comprar ollas, amoladora, para mejorar el negocio de su esposo, esta muy agradecida con la institución por el apoyo brindado.
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