I have a situation that is weighing heavily on me and am looking for some advice on handling an uncomfortable situation. I have a fairly upscale residential maintenance account owned by a nice young uppermiddle class couple. I have had this account less than two years but the yard is one of my favorites. It is weedfree, lots of well planned landscaping features yet easy to maintain. The young lady that owns the home has always been very friendly and chatty...almost flirty when I go over to the property for payment or for service. I like she and her husband and like having their property. I began to have an uneasy feeling around her this summer. I finished mowing the front and went through the garden gate to begin mowing the back yard. As I got off the mower to lock the gate I noticed the client on the pool deck sunning face down. When she saw me she rolled up on her elbows, waved and didn't have a top on. As you can imagine...there was more than appropriate exposure. I got very embarrassed, climbed back on the mower and started mowing the edges of the flower beds. I deliberately didn't look up until I was ready to trim and at that time she was gone. Some of you are going to comment about taking a good look, but this is a client and my workplace. My buisness, though part time, is important to me and I operate with professionalism. After the pool deck incident, I didn't know what to think. It could have been accidental...but I doubt it, I had just been mowing in her front yard for ten minutes and surely she heard me. I really just wrote it off as accidental. About a month later I was trimming palms in the backyard and out she comes wrapped in a beach towel and starts skimming the pool with the net. As usual she's really talkative and giggly. Again, I wrote it off as being a dirty old man with a runaway imagination. A couple of times last fall her conversation was laced with innuendo. Well...today I went to the property to give an estimate on some spring clean up and some changes on the ornamentals in the front island. She showed me what she proposed to transplant and changes to the shape. She assured me there wasn't a rush on the job and made a rather forward and very inappropriate offer as partial payment on this job. As I said I always conduct my business and myself in a professional manner. I was taken completely aback by her statement and she quickly moved on to another subject. I did not know what to say, do or how to react. Has anyone ever had to deal with an uncomfortable situation like this? I hate to lose this account because it is a moneymaker and serves as a descent calling card for my business in an upscale neighborhood. This community is where I live and raise my children, I refuse to risk my reputation or standing due to an unprofessional situation. Last year I made $3750 on this prop, should I walk away from it? After that is it as good as gone already? How should I handle this? Please stay on topic and serious I am looking for advice. thank's, Den.