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Azizi Information About My New Blog Cocojams2 (10) RE: Information About My New Blog Cocojams2 11 Nov 14

Thanks, Bonnie for your comment!

Update- I've been periodically checking the link for, and this morning I found that that website is back up.

But I still haven't heard from anyone at that internet hosting company, and I no longer have any confidence in that firm.
And so I'm going to continue publishing selected pages on my new cocojams2 blog that is hosted by Google. I've updated and cleaned up content in those pages and the only major change from cocojams is that there are less videos.

To date, in addition to pages on hand clap & jump rope rhymes & a "focus on" post that showcases examples of playground rhymes that include the phrase "a biscuit", (as well as the page on Yoruba names (that I reposted from back up files onto my pancocojams blog), I've also published a post on cocojams2 on examples of African American children's taunting rhymes.

Furthermore, I've published the following "focus on" posts that (as is also true of the previously mentioned "focus on" cocojams2 post) weren't on my old cocojams website. Links to those posts are: "Soul Sister Number 9" In Children's Playground Rhymes" "Switching Places Ring Games (Part 1-Description & Other Comments)"

"Little Sally Walker & Ride That Pony (Switching Places Games, Part 2)"

Thanks to Mudcat for supporting my folkloric efforts.

Best wishes,

Azizi Powell

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