That's an interesting idea, but I don't think I have enough money to pay her to cut my grass. As far as helping her with her figure, I'd say she's doing quite well on her own. I've always wondered if they got stolen often. It was a struggle at age 40 to push the mower up the hill on what was then Bermuda grass, which is thinner. A mower I buy now I hope to be using until age 70, and these hills aren't getting any flatter. Um, it's a space covered in grass? Once I was in fourth grade, my father's grass cutting days were over. I have girls, they don't cut grass. Most warm season grasses have a good bit of silica in their leaves and don't compost well. Zoysia, because of its dense growth habit, tends to develop thatch. When I had a fescue lawn to maintain, I did mulch to good effect, but wouldn't do that with a warm season grass.