You'll have to excuse my tardy posting. Yesterday was filled with goodies like hearing about my polyps from my colonoscopy; being assured that the bump removed from my thigh by my dermatologist was not going to start growing again; and finding out that my high calcium level was not yet worrisome. In between doctor visits, Arthur and I stopped at Target for tp, Office Depot for printer ink; and Sam's for 2 wedges of Locatelli Parmesan cheese. We also stopped for lunch at "Robert's by the Sea" (better known as Bobby's). By the time I got back home, I was too frazzled to think about posting my blog entry for the day.
As I have mentioned before, I have been selling some discontinued fibers and elderly canvases on a website called The Needlepoint Nation Stash Exchange. Buyers prefer that their canvases are rolled, rather than folded. Previously, I have used corregated paper left over from the rugs shipped from various rug finishers over the years. I've depleted that supply, so I had to break down and buy some on line. The rolls come in a myriad of sizes from which to choose. After much consideration, I settled on a roll of 24" wide x 250" long paper with single corregations. That results in a roll of 24" wide by 23" tall. The box it was shipped in was a foot wider in one direction. The easiest way to deal with getting to the roll was to cut the box away, side by side.