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Hi Everyone,
I've decided to disable the embedding of my videos on external sites. You can link my videos, but they will only be viewable on YouTube. I did this because I noticed that I get the majority of my views from external sites which means YouTube is unaware of the traffic I'm actually generating. I'd like to see what happens if I redirect traffic back to my YouTube page. Give me a moment to go back and link all of the videos I had embeded here--you should still be able to find them on YouTube by searching for the titles of the posts. I haven't figured out yet how to remove the black screen for a link without losing the comments you made. Bear with me, I'm working on it.

Be blessed!
Natacha

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    (nickib on NP; NickiBluIs on YouTube)

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