I mow for an insurance agent at his place of business. Last month he asked me to trim some tall weeds that were overgrown thru a sidewalk in front of the business lawn. I charged him $10 extra for it, as they were very overgrown. I consider that an extra job on top of mowing and regular edging and trimming. Every month since I've worked for him, I've had to spend a considerable amount of time picking up sticks and limbs that drop from a large tree on the property. This time I charged him $5 for this as there weren't many but it did add to the work for the two times I mowed in Oct. He sends me the check today with this note which in part reads: "I do not agree with the charge of $10 to trim the front of the lawn along Broadway. It should be part of the trimming you do anyway. I also think $5 to pick up a handful of sticks is a bit much. The company that mowed before you never charged me to pick up sticks or trim entire yard including front." Thanks, Keep in mind that I do trim the etire lawn every time, but I don't do those extra things unless he asks me to b/c I know how stingy he is. This letter made me hot. Just the idea of it. How would you respond?