Doris looked at Westley, and in an attempt to change the subject, she said, "I can't accept your gift. It is too much. If I accepted it, I wouldn't know what to do with it. It would be a burden to me."
Westley looked at her sadly and said, "I am sorry that my gift is a burden to you. It wasn't intended to be. I was hoping that it would bring you joy…"
"And it did!" Doris exclaimed. "Please, don't be sorry. I'm very grateful to you. If it weren't for your gift, my family would have destroyed my self-esteem and ruined my Birthday. Thanks to you, it has been one of the best Birthdays ever!"
"I am confused," Westley admitted. "Does that mean that you will accept the gift?"
"It means that I appreciate the gift," Doris explained, "but it is still too much. I would much prefer another gift fr