Alright guys this is my first season in the lawn care business and I am starting small. I already have a difficult customer. She is an old lady that lives by herself and she has money. I went to mow her yard for the second time today and she meets me in the yard and starts telling me what a horrable job I did on the first cut. She said I did not cut the grass low enough, even though if I would have went any lower it would have scalped her yard. She has a ditch that runs about 100 yds. at the very bottom of her property that I weedeat and she said I should have raked up the clippings. I told her that if the clippings are clumping I will rake them up, is that what ya'll normally do with clippings? Do you rake after you weedeat. She just totally did a 360 on everything I had did from the first time. To top it all off, my mower broke just as I got started and I had to come home to fix it. I knew she was gonna be trouble. I mow her ex daughter-in-law's yard and she told me that she was gonna be different, but I liked the money so I went ahead and took on the job anyway. What I am asking is, should I dump her or should I try and stick it out?