My husband Jim now age 84 started his hobby with jigsaw puzzles approximately 10 years ago I thought that it would be a great mental exercise for him to keep his mind sharp. Over the years Jim had Put together/accumulated close to 100 or more jigsaw puzzles starting with 500 pieces and was up to as many as 5000 pieces. In December 2017 we lost our home and everything in it in The California Thomas wild fire therefore all of Jim’s puzzles were destroyed. So I got him started doing puzzles again in our new home by using photographs of Jim and myself and A religious cross that survived the fire to get him motivated again, and it has also been good therapy for him. The picture below is the first puzzle he started in the new house that you made for him.