So here we are now in March – what a beautiful season.
Bright and pretty blossoms and blooms springing up all over the place.
The sun is shining and it’s warming up ever so slowly outside.
We’ve decided to make the most of the sun today and have taken a little trip to the ZSL Whipsnade Wildlife Park, so I do apologise if I’m a little quiet today, but I promise to catch up with everything as soon as we’re back.
Are you out and about too today?
Wishing you a lovely Sunday no matter what you’re getting up to.
Our Star Posts From Last Week…
This week our favourites were…..
The One Where I Talk About The Daily Mail Article by Handful of Halfpennys
Raising A Child With An Invisible Illness: Ehlers Danlos Syndrome by our very own Mami 2 Five (chosen by last weeks co-host Karen as was too beautifully written and such an important message not to be mentioned),
Both are fabulous reads so we’d definitely recommend you check them out if you haven’t done so already.
About Sunday Stars
Myself and a group of lovely bloggers decided to start this linky together as we wanted to create a place where all our favourite posts from the week could be easily shared. Then when we realised just how fab it was, we thought why not let everyone else join in too!
Our linky is designed to give everyone a place to show off their favourite posts and make sure they don’t go unread.
Each week there will be two co-hosts, but you don’t have to run round trying to find out where to link up.
Just follow our twitter account @SundaysStars and we’ll send you in the right direction.
This week I’m hosting alongside the lovely Lucy at Mrs H’s Favourite Things.
Tweet your posts to either myself at @midlife_mummy, or Lucy over @mrshsfavthings and, as always, don’t forget that you can also tweet the @SundaysStars account using the hashtag #sundaystars and we will RT them.
The Sunday Stars Linky Rules:
– You can link 1 old or new post, anything that you are really proud of!
– Please remember to add our badge at the bottom of your post.
– To make sure everyone gets a little love, please comment on the post linked before yours as well as at least one other.
– Please take the time to check out and comment on the Host’s posts too
The linky will close at 11.55pm on Wednesday night, so there’s plenty of time to join in with your star posts
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Dr Brin, I like your redistricting idea, but I don’t see how it could work outside of the ‘algorithmic redistricting’ framework. ‘Minimal overlap’ is a constraint that pretty much requires coiltuatmonalpy drawing the lines to satisfy.