Been mowing for 11 years now and usually do not mow for neighbors...always had plenty of other clients outside my immediate neighborhood. Last week a neighbor right next door called and said he had not been feeling well all week and would I have time to mow his yard. I said that would not be a problem and gave him a very reasonable price. It now turns out he is in the hospital and may have a long term illness that will not allow him to do his own yard at all, perhaps for the rest of the season. His wife has asked me to continue mowing until things get back to normal. Would you do the mowing at the price quoted to him earlier, or because of his illness and the fact that he is right next door, would you give him a better deal or maybe even do it for free? (I can do it when I do my own yard.) Any thoughts on the matter?