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Altho we represent some of the most talented communicators in Christendom ... well, we actually have something to say ourselves. We may be slightly prejudiced but we like to think we have some very astute, and creative, thinkers at Ambassador. Here's what's been on their minds most recently. Oh--feel free to post a comment too ... in fact, we'd love to hear what you think as well!

For Auld Lang Syne? . . .

  • Thursday, December 31, 2009
  • Evelyn Gibson
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Clock Chiming in the New YearWritten by a Scot, popularized here in the U.S. by a Canadian bandleader, millions sing it teary-eyed every year at the stroke of Midnight. . ."Should old acquaintance be forgot and never brought to mind?"

Auld Lang Syne-the "good old days!"

I like it in the Scottish brogue version.  Read it out loud-you'll enjoy it even more!

Should auld acquaintance be forgot,
And never brought to mind?
Should auld acquaintance be forgot,
And auld lang syne?

For auld lang syne, my dear,
For auld lang syne,
We'll take a cup of kindness yet,
For auld lang syne!

And ...

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"Can I Have a Puppy for Christmas?"

  • Saturday, December 26, 2009
  • Evelyn Gibson
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Chloe Ambassador's Scottish TerrierIf you're a parent, you've either greeted that question with utter delight or abject horror!  Take your pick . . . it's a mixed bag.

At Ambassador we have the most adorable mascot ever--she's a joy and a hoot--Chloe!

          "A Scottish Terrier isn't for everyone!  I'm a pup

          with an attitude, but my killer sense of humor more than

          makes up for it.  I'm loyal to the death-but don't expect

          me to always do as I'm told.  That's not gonna happen!

          I'm a pup that needs to know, "what's in ...

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An Indescribable Gift . . .

Christmas GiftAs kids we were never allowed to open gifts on Christmas Eve.  Oh no!  That was Santa's "delivery night!" So for us, Christmas Day was the most exciting, anticipated day in the year.  We could barely sleep the night before.  And we knew Santa had actually come, because the cookies and milk we'd left out the night before were always gone!  Proof positive of his existence.

It's always intrigued me that so many people who actually observed Jesus, who actually heard Him speak, rejected Him.  John tells us in his gospel, even many disciples turned away and ...

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