Amy Hudson has been trying to purchase Glen Cappel's antique desk for some time, but Glen has been reluctant to sell. One evening Glen said to Amy, "Okay, I'll sell the desk for $550." Amy replied, "Thank you, Glen. I accept." The agreement was not reduced to writing, but Glen and Amy did shake hands. Two days later, Amy sent Glen a letter outlining the terms of the agreement, and stating that she would deliver $550 cash according to the agreement within ten days. The letter was signed, "Best regards, Amy." Later, Amy had second thoughts, and refused to go through with the purchase. Nothing had been exchanged at this point. Glen:
can enforce the contract against Amy because the statute of frauds is satisfied under this situation.