I get a call for a general Spring Clean up. No problem. They also want all of the beds hand weeded, no chemicals. I say, "No Problem, I'm not licensed to apply herbicides so I root up all weeds by hand." They also want mulch put in all of the front landscaping beds. "No problem." Uh, well, the problem: I was in a hurry when I went to do the estimate, a huge hurry. I didn't take the time to thoroughly walk the property, didn't walk all of the MASSIVE beds at the rear of the property to fully comprehend how many weeds, how much leaf material, etc., and how much TIME it was going to take me to remove all of this cr$p. Lesson: Take your time when doing/giving estimates or you'll be kicking yourself all weekend when you're still trying to finish up a job you thought you would have knocked out in a couple of hours, ON FRIDAY. UUUUUGGGGGGGHHHHHHH. I am still so pissed at myself I can barely breathe. Learning experience, for sure. Not one that I'm likely to repeat, God willing. Oh, and yes, there is no question about why the customer was so pleased about the estimate. . . UUUUUGGGGGGHHHHHHHH.