I’ve been spending some of my reading time doing jigsaws. I began in January whilst I was reading The Pattern in the Carpet: A Personal History With Jigsaws by Margaret Drabble. Jigsaws are good for you – doing them renews the brain cells, and because they have no verbal content they exercise a different part of the brain, bringing different neurons and dendrites into play.
I began with a Thomas Kinkade jigsaw: Sunday Evening Sleigh Ride (1,000 pieces):
Then a Ravensburger puzzle of 500 pieces – much easier to do – of a thatched cottage: