An elderly customer of mine decided that he wanted to "hold off" on mowing for the rest of the year because money was tight. I told him that I really wouldn't recommend it because I was still bagging leaves regularly, but he insisted. So I get this call on Tuesday begging me to bag his leaves. I tell him sure I'll move some things around, but if it's wet or raining it isn't going to happen. Sure enough, it rained all night (snowed later Wed evening) & he still called me begging me to do the leaves. I say okay, but it was still misty out. Well, I got it all bagged, but the Walker kept plugging up w/ wet leaves so in my opinion it looked aweful. It's a corner lot & the roadside portions looked really good, but the back yard had 6" of wet leaves on it so I had to keep going over it to do anything. Basically I was just mulching everything over & over again creating a compact layer of wet leaves. I think I'm either going to drop him next year or raise his price, but even though he begged me to do it I still feel a little guilty for leaving it look that way. What would you guys do?