Becca Rose Hall

French History for Foreigners

by Becca Rose Hall September 28, 2012

I just went to my first-ever football game: my friend Scout’s high school students getting whupped by a fancy private school with cheerleading boxes. Look at them, we kept saying as the score hit the mid-thirties to zero, they have cheerleading boxes. I felt, before I went, that I kind of knew what football was […]

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Archenemies are underrated

by Becca Rose Hall August 12, 2012

Her name was Malula.  She was a witch with a magical garden my sister and her best friend spent hours – years – plotting to steal from.  These were girls who had an imaginary enemy instead of an imaginary friend.  They knew the value of a worthy foe. Good foes – real archenemies – do something […]

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