Victoria de la Carn was the eldest daughter of Maria Marian and Ricardo of Cal Paulonet. Behind a counter, where they sold the milk from their four cows they had and the meat from the flock of sheep, Victoria was in charge of weighing and collecting. Later with her husband, Artemio of Cal Pau Rovello, they sold vegetables, fruits and had an oil mill as well. She always liked numbers, so she oversaw accounting.
Victoria also liked to sing (she did it a lot with her father), played solitaire and spent hours behind the window on the ground floor, watching people go by. In summer, usually after dinner, she liked to go out in the open air and sit with her neighbours.