The coast of Brittany in Western France offers hundreds of wonderful little inlets where one can pull off the road and enjoy a leisurely walk along a rocky beach, a bite to eat, or both. Here is just such a place where I stopped with friends for some lunch. The moules marinieres were garlicky and delicious, the wine crisp and cold. Up the road we stopped at a honey factory that doubled as a Bed & Breakfast.
Mitch Paradise is a produced screenwriter in both television and film and a published freelance writer. His work can be found in San Francisco's City magazine, The Los Angeles Times, The Huffington Post, Los Angeles CityBeat, The Wrap, The Jewish Journal, and Tribe. He is a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis, has taught in the LA Unified School District for 12 years (Pre-K through 12th Grade), and served as a corporate communications and a marketing consultant.
In addition, Mitch is a uniquely gifted tutor, having worked with students of all ages. He has been particularly effective working with students for whom English is not the first language and as well with students transitioning from Elementary to Middle School and Middle School to High School. Though a professional writer, Mitch has been remarkably effective in helping students learn and become comfortable with new math concepts.
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