You all helped me get started. Now, I need help to get out. Two seasons ago I cut grass to earn extra money. Last season, I formed a company, got a license, and insurance. I bought a top o' the line rider, weedeater, and blower. First year in business I expected to lose money. I lost $7,000. This season started off great, and honestly, I had never been so optomistic in my entire life. But, the same thing is happening again. I don't have enough yards. If I get more, I won't be able to service them correctly. The price of gas is going up, up, up. I drive 60 to 100 miles per day. The money is gone, and I can't make ends meet. Please, I'm not a quitter. As the country singer Kenny Rogers said: You gotta know when to hold 'em, and know when to fold 'em. I simply have to fold... stop wasting my time and find something to break even or even make a dollar... right now. How do I tell 'em... the customer? I don't want to tell them I'm broke and getting broker. I need a letter that explains it, without hurting them or myself.