Your post merits an ¡Olé!

Rebecca is doing a challenge on her blog, to give a post of another blogger some recognition and a standing ovation! She gave her very first one to me! Thanks Rebecca! And now its my turn to give someones post a standing ovation so here I go!

Rebecca says on her post:

The ¡Olé!

A standing ovation for an excellent post.
¡Olé¡ is the encouragement audiences give Flamenco dancers in Spain.
Blogging content that merits such fanfare has outstanding writing, art and photos. They are posts that uplift and educate us; poems and art that nurture the spirit.

How to participate:

  1. When you receive an ¡Olé! you may post the logo above and name of your article on your home page.
  2. Choose a terrific post someone wrote this week and give the blogger an ¡Olé! Please pass it forward, not back to the person who applauded you.
  3. Notify the blogger in the comments section of their post: I applaud this excellent post with an ¡Olé!
  4. Write a short post describing what you liked about it with a link to their article. Use the logo above.
  5. Tag Fake Flamenco in your post to ensure I get to see all this great blogging.

I give my OlE to ivor over at

https://ivors20.wordpress.com/2020/09/19/flowers-and-dragon-chimes/

Ivor writes fabulous poetry. He’s an amazing poet you all need to visit him! His work is outstanding!

So now Ivor its your turn! Who will you choose?

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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