Rosa Maria Sastre Castilla, 46, (L-R), her mother Carmen Castilla, 77, and her sister Carmen Aurora, 49, sit with their belongings on the street that has been their home for the past two weeks in Madrid June 8, 2012. All of them, as well as their 44-year-old sister Antonia (not pictured), were evicted from their rental apartment on April 24 after Rosa, the sole breadwinner, lost her job and couldn't pay for the monthly rent. Social services provided them temporary lodging for 15 days, and after that they found themselves on the street. They all sleep cramped in a tiny space outside a store nearby. "If I could find a job again and we could get social rent, I'm sure we could make it work again, " says Rosa. As of now, the family lives on their mother's widow's pension as well as the little money they get from Antonia's disability check and whatever Carmen Aurora can scrape by working as a concierge at a nearby building. "The people in this neighbourhood are very nice. Many bring us food and try to make us more comfortable here," says Rosa. Picture taken June 8, 2012. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY BUSINESS) Published: Čer. 9, 2012, 1:44 odp.