Pentti and Linda
Pentti - regarding Marko's point about rest/free strokes. My first guitar teacher had very strong views about working on the free stroke so much that it could start to replace the rest stroke in most situations. I'm sure there are long debates to be had on that, but I certainly found it useful to listen/record to just the free stroke for i, m and a until a strong clear tone was produced. That was almost 15 years ago though and I only had the benefit of his input for a couple of years so I'm not sure whether I'm still benefitting from his help.
Linda - I particularly enjoyed the Tarrega, where you seemed to transition to the tricky bar on fret 2 very well.
I think you mentioned that I was right about not practicing over the Xmas break. That was certainly true for me - even worse was the fact that that lack of practice continued into the new year. I should say that I've been playing the Sor occasionally for many years and the Tarrega too over the past year or so. When I say playing however, I should say half-playing as typically for the Sor I would start playing and finish before the tricky end section. As I didn't need to sight-read these (in fact I was able to play both from memory), I really should have spent this lesson working over the trickier sections and most importantly, viewing the pieces afresh. Alas, I did neither well enough...