she wants beds edged around entire house. in these beds are hostas. it's just re edging. then, 12 yds of mulch. then removal of some unwanted shrubbery. then create two new beds, put in 18 assorted shrubs. trim exsisting yews and hollies. fine. i get a deposit, we show up this am to do everything except install new plants, which weren't purchased yet.about 3 hrs later, she comes home. she says she decided to not put in anything new. she also wants the exsisting beds to not be edged as before, but wants them made larger, cus now the hostas grew bigger, and it's my fault for comming a week later than we originally planned(her job was scheduled TENTATIVELY for last monday) . i try explaining to her that the hostas would have grown wether we came last monday or today. weird. anyhow i tell her it will cost more and we'll need more mulch if the beds are made bigger. she refuses to pay anything extra, again insisting that the hostas outgrew the beds, cus i'm a week late. . finally i tell her look, this is getting weird, and i want out. at this point the shrubs were trimmed, the beds more than halfway done being edged.and dead shrubbery removed. she was the one who decided to make changes and in fact cancel the shrubbery(the most profitable part of the job). she says if i don't finish the job, i need to give her back her deposit. i say the deposit covered the work which was already complete, the amount left over is $130, and that's my fee for her cancelling with no notice. who's right?