Gustavo may be the only one of Greta's relatives who will put up with her, but to his credit (and despite numerous provocations), he is a loyal nephew to this lively, demanding and uncomfortable woman. At first she is sleeping in her nephew's childrens' room, but her erratic sleeping habits disturb the youngsters and the family moves her into a maid's room near the roof of their house. Greta wants to be helpful; she washes dishes after meals from time to time, but breaks a great many of them. She also tries to pass messages along when she answers the phone but forgets them or messes them up. When she breaks a leg while running for the bus, the amount of care she needs is almost more than the beleaguered family can manage. Luckily, she has an old friend who is better situated who says that she wants to take care of her for the company she can provide. Greta blossoms in her new freedom and even undertakes an autumnal romance with an attractive old man named Pascual.
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