June 2002
Volume 3, Issue 6
Beginners' Corner
By Deborah Hayes
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Happy June, all!

June is a time for vacations and fun, and for those of us who are hooked on polymer clay in all its variations, we can often find ways to combine all of them.

There is a sad side to our pleasure, however.  We have often spoken of polymer clay as addictive, and apparently, we aren’t the only ones who think so.  

On a recent trip to Seattle,  George and I saw the following building:

Now we know help is available!

Apparently, we “regular” people aren’t the only ones who may have this sort of problem.  This view of the clinic, from the back, clearly shows a private entrance for the camera-shy or embarrassed.  

 

And as you can see from the picture below, the Polyclinic is a nice looking building on one of Seattle’s famous hills.

 

Although we may not want anything to do with recovering from our particular addiction, it’s good to know that the folks in Seattle have the matter covered . . . just in case!

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