Walsh’s Wonderings

We martyrs of Valentine’s Day

Anyone in a romantic relationship on Valentine’s Day is aware of the pitfalls surrounding it.


The ripples of anonymity

I was working on a lesson plan for my students when the horrific events in France unfolded at the headquarters of Charlie Hebdo. I’m sharing the words I wrote to them in the hope that ripples of the small acts described here might one day reach all shores …


The invisible gauntlet

When he grabbed a pair of ear buds from the bin, I knew I owned him. Only a rookie forgets to bring headphones to a hotel gym, and these tiny fitness centers are no place for rookies.


The gift of tradition

Growing up, some Christmas traditions were imposed on us by the Church, some by Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer, and still others we created ourselves.

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