During my short but very eventfull life many people have come to my aide and went above and beyond to help me out. I try to give back to other by using the resources I have to help them out. My question is why is it all the charity jobs you do for people gotta be a pain in the old ass. I take care of a lawn for a old lady and old man next to her who live in DEH GETTO G, my buddy used to take care of it in highschool and being the genious he is put about 5x the amount of fert the lawn needed on it, so he could make money on a regular basis. It hasnt been fert in prob 4 to 6 years but man does it grow with very little weeds. The lawn takes me close to a hour by my self, have to use 2 different mowers on it, cut the old man for nothing and the old lady insist on paying me 15 dollars even though I told her not to worry. My friend has prob close to 2 acres but its all flat and open with a few trees. She just went threw a messy devorce and is trying to put one daughter threw school and raise another. Its just out of my way, takes me a hour, and has these dumb small ditches I got to weed eat every other time. I dont charge her because I want her to use the money to get her mower fixed and buy the girls stuff,I think she gets her mower back this week thank god. My mother has 2 and 1/2 acres 9 miles from my closest lawn, has a god dang hill I cant mow with the Z, and freaking moles. But its my mommy and I take care of her. Then there my neighbors. I got about 5 hours of charity work a week I have to fit into my 4 day mowing schedule. I dont mind, but some weeks its really frustrating when Im trying to take on new customers and stay above the gas prices. Some days doing the right thing is not easy.