The group is small, usually between 5 and 7, and the 2 hour session each week is made interesting with some well thought out interactive exercises from Núria our teacher.
This week however, we were asked to bring a Christmas present, something we didn't need any longer ourselves.
Paul chose one of the presents we had taken and having dressed himself with the purple ribbon which was around the present, unwrapped it. At first glance it seemed to be some sort of power tool...
...but on opening the box found a jigsaw inside, (not a Bosch Jigsaw!) He was delighted as he had just completed another jigsaw the night before.
...and Margaret was ecstatic when she opened her present which was the jigsaw which Paul and Marja had completed the night before. It came with a warning from them that it was incredibly difficult!
...which turned out to be a pair of rather clever glass insulated tumblers. A hot drink inside will not burn my fingers when I pick it up and a cold drink will not warm up from the heat of my hand. Excellent!