A customer dropped me last season. He lives next door to another customer of mine. He's a nice guy, in his early 80's. Was a customer for 3 years. In 2018 I raised his per mow price by 3 percent, which I did for everyone. He wasn't too happy about that, but kept me. He also accused me of mowing when it didn't need mowed, which we agreed to disagree on. There was one time in July of that year where it was a toss up whether it needed mowed, and I chose to mow it. Otherwise he's the only customer in my 9 years of doing this that has accused me of it. Anyway, last year he went with someone else, and I continued mowing his neighbor's lawn. As the season went on I shook my head every time I showed up. The trimming and edging was crap compared to his neighbor's (subtle brag, ha!). Plus they left clippings all over. Always said to myself, "only a matter of time." Sure enough, this week I got an email from him asking if I'd consider mowing for him again this season ... that the guys who were doing it last year are no longer around. Shocking. How do you guys handle this? Take him back, no hard feelings? Take him back, but jack the price up even more? Tell him thanks but no thanks? Thinking I'll give him another try since it's right next door to another good paying customer, plus he was always a nice guy who paid on time. Just curious what you all would do.