For thousands of Puerto Ricans displaced by Hurricane Maria, this will be a difficult Christmas.
Miosotis Castro, her husband Francisco Alvarado and their three children lost their home when the storm hit in September. Eventually they made their way to Providence, Rhode Island, where they've been living with relatives for the last month.
It's been a hard transition, but Castro says she's trying to focus on what they do have as they prepare for the holidays.
"We cook," Castro says, sitting in her in-laws living room. "We have a Christmas tree. We have a safe home."