• The narrator, Celaya Reyes, recalls an annual trip her family made to see her Grandmother in Mexico City.
• Celaya's father, Inocencio, and his two brothers--Uncle Fat Face and Uncle Baby--work together at a furniture company in Chicago and they all quit to go back to Mexico without telling their wives.
• Celaya's family's house is small and most of the items in it are loaned until the furniture shop needs them back.
• Uncle Fat Face lives in a tiny apartment with his wife, Aunty Licha, and three kids--Byron, Elvis and Aristotle.
• Uncle Baby and Aunty Ninfa live a comfortable life with two daughters, Amor and Paz.
• Celaya likes it when a customer forgets to pick up their furniture and they get to keep, it such as the orange recliner where Celaya sleeps at night.
• Celaya states that because she and her siblings are still kids...
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