On Monday I was out walking a neighborhood handing out cards trying to get some late business. It actually worked great b/c I landed 2 biweekly customers and 1 weekly. 1 of the biweeklys was in her driveway and she asked for an estimate. We bid 30.00 for Mowing, Triming, Edging, and blowing. She said that the price was great and that she would use us. We told her that we would be in her area on Thursday (today) and would cut and leave an invoice. As I got in the truck she asked if we would do her bushes. I said yes and went on my way. Today I went and did the mowing and etc but did not do the bushes b/c I realized that we never agreed on a price and I didn't want to bill her without discussing it. When I got back in she had left a message saying that we missed a spot weed whacking and she wanted to know why we didn't do the bushes. She said that she has company coming and needs them done by this weekend. I think she thought that the bushes were included in the price of the yard. There are a lot of bushes and there is no way I could do bushes and the yard for that price. I am going to call her tomorrow and want to know the best way to handle the situation. Keep in mind that she has not paid me for the yard yet. I think I am going to apoligize for the missed weed whacking and tell her that I can come first thing Saturday and I will correct that and that I can do her bushes for 40.00 (low price for that many bushes) so that it will look good for her company. If she does not agree I think I am going to tell her that I'm sorry I can't do yard and bushes for 30.00 and tell her not to worry about paying for the yard and we can go our separate ways. Is that how you guys/girls would handle it? I want to get paid and I definitely want to satisfy my customer but I can't work for free and if she's going to be a pita I'd rather just eat the 30 bux and save all the future hassle.