There was a girl who was called Princess. Princess wasn't her name, it was her nickname because everyone treated her like a princess. Her parents always gave Princess everything that she wanted, so in her house there were all kinds of toys, a whole lot of dolls, and all the clothes she wanted.
Her parents were generous, but her grandparents were ridiculous. They gave money to her, and not dollar bills or five dollar bills. They gave $10 bills or more to the girl, and she could use them however she wanted.
One day when Princess was 12 years old, her grandparents arrived from Wisconsin to visit. They say Princess and hugged her. "How pretty you are, Princess!" said that grandma. She gave her some bills. "Buy yourself something pretty!" The grandpa gave some bills to Princess to. She told them "Thanks" and put the bills on the table. She went to her room to play.
That night, the parents picked up the bills and looked at them. They were $100 bills! They counted: there were 20 $100 bills!
"Your parents gave Princess $2000!" said Mom to Dad. It's too much for her.
"I know," Dad said. But I don't want to offend my parents. I don't know what to do.
The parents and the grandparents visited all weekend, and on Sunday everyone went to mass. Princess took her purse and the bills. The parents thought that she was going to the store after mass. They were going to take away the bills from her because they were afraid. She was going to lose them!
But no. At church, Princess spoke with Father Ricardo. "Father, I have money here in my purse, and I want to give it to you to use with the poor. I have a lot and they have nothing.
The parents and the grandparents were very proud of Princesa. What a generous girl!