Well, I spent most of my day off doing it, but it was fun and it was programming, so I guess that’s still a “sabbath” of sorts.
The problem was to sort all the people in church geographically, so that, when the deacons divide them up into groups, each deacon can have a group that’s concentrated in one region.
I’m still doing something wrong in one of my joins, but
select distinct sorted that out. (Put a band-aid on it, more likely.)
Anyway, I just mention this because I wanted an excused to enthuse over Google maps. They keep messing with it, and at least 75% of the changes are positive. For example, if you zoom in on a street in maps view, you will eventually get to the point where it gives you street numbers. Cool.
And if you switch to satellite view and/or terrain, it will help you define geographic zones that make more sense than simple grid squares. Witness my town of Yucca Valley, seen from way up high.