My elderly mother prepaid to have her asphalt driveway resealed last December. Yes in order to get a nice discount, she paid up in December, in Minnesota, to have her driveway resealed this summer. The company promised her it would be done the first week of May. It's not been completed yet. I got involved and contacted the company. They sent someone over to my Mom's house on Monday with the condition, "we'll do your Mom's driveway that day if we have enough materials with us to do it, otherwise we'll have to reschedule." They needed to reschedule and placed the date at July 1st. I get a call from my Mom yesterday and she's upset because July 1st is a Sunday, and "I don't want anyone working at my house on Sunday, it's the Lord's day." (My mom is a godly woman and really loves the Lord.) I tried to explain that Sunday isn't the sabbath, that we have Christian freedom, that she's not the one doing the actual working, someone else is, etc. She's not buying it. I then asked her if she had ever gone out to a restaurant for lunch after church on Sunday (knowing it was a habit of hers.) Yes, she had. OK, I explained, you are employing people to cook and bring you food on the Lord's day, and having your driveway done on a Sunday is no different. That probably was the wrong tack to take because now she feels somewhat guilty about her Sunday lunches. I need suggestions on how I can mollify her so that she doesn't think she's offending God by having her driveway resealed on a Sunday. Ideas?