It was probably the only time in her life that McClatchie was disappointed with the lack of damage she had suffered. A few moments of physical pain would have been well worth the reaction of his Defense.
“I was almost hoping I had a vicious black eye or something just to get someone to ask me about it,” McClatchie explained. “Teachers aren’t usually the kind of people who understand combat sports at all, so it’s always interesting to bring those two together.”
With Masters in hand, McClatchie has found a level of comfort in his career both in the lab and in the ring. She completely accepted years ago that her outer life will never be completely convince the scientists with whom she works. Her boss will always avoid the details when finding out what her vacation is for and most coworkers will never be actively interested in the story behind the stitches, but whether they realize it or not, she has noticed cracks in the stitches. armor of their selflessness.
“My principal researcher shared photos of me at Madison Square Garden as an introduction to my scientific discussions at conferences, so I think he’s secretly a little proud,” McClatchie said. “He doesn’t understand but he’s a little proud.
Currently there is no professional Muay Thai in Ontario, but the second McClatchie finds an opportunity, she can’t wait to get a few colleagues together, take them to an event and dare them not to get caught up in the action. .
Until then, it’s the same old black sheep in a white blouse, a jumpsuit McClatchie wears with a smile.
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