Martha had a wedding to go to, and needed a wedding gift. While thinking about what to get, she remembered a silver monogrammed tray from her own wedding that she had never used.
So her plan was to take the tray to a silversmith, have him remove her monogram, and put the bride and groom’s monogram on it. It sounded like a brilliant plan, and she set off with her tray to visit a local shop.
Upon presenting the item, with an description of the work she wanted done, the silversmith took a look at the tray and shook his head, “Lady, you can only do this so many times!”