Originally Posted by Capemay Eagle
Me neither, but I thought about it. The house next door was sold and the new people were looking for a lawn service. I was just going to go over and cut the property, but I did not really meet them yet and was thinking they might get mad. You never know what your going to get with people when you do something nice for them.
So true...but really it's sad that a good deed can't be accepted as such. In this money hungry world, everybody is trying to sue someone...I wouldn't be surprised if something 'suiable' (don't think that's a word...
) could be found in the law books for doing a good deed as mowing someones yard (aside from throwing a stone from the mower deck and busting a window).