A fellow LCO called me a few weeks ago and explained to me that he had to go out of town on an emergency, and asked for my help, which I obliged. He is a retired military officer and has about twenty accounts to keep himself busy, I have done this before with about two weeks notice, this was an unexpected thing. I remebered most of them, but wrote the addresses down anyhow and proceeded to service his customers. Low and behold I lost the list, I mowed most of them, but could not get to two of them, I did not know how to reach him out of town. I passed him on the road today and realized he was back in town. I feel extremly bad about losing the list, and I hope it did not reflect negatively on him. He usually pays me in one lump some, no matter what he charges, he asks me to charge him what I feel is fair. I dont even feel like charging him anything since I faltered on two of his accounts. Should I initiate contact with him regarding the yards serviced, or wait for him to contact me.....I am leaning toward calling it even steven, but I dont know......after all, I did use my equipment and personnel for the remainder...???? any thoughts?