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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!

Tis the Season!

  • Friday, December 11, 2009
  • Evelyn Gibson
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Christmas Candles"Yea-but don't you miss the seasons?"

It's a question every Californian is compelled to answer at some point or other, and it's usually asked in the context of basking in the sunshine at the beach!

Do I miss the seasons?  Do you mean the wet one; the steaming one, the gray one or the snowy one?  I grew up in Michigan, and I admit, there's a beautiful Fall season that lasts "several" days in a good year.

This week in California it poured rain. . .for a day!  Then it was sunshine, blue skies.  Okay so it ...

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You Can't Start Too Early For Me!

  • Thursday, December 10, 2009
  • Evelyn Gibson
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Christmas DecorationsThe fall colors are behind us and we're into the Christmas red, green, silver and well. . .no earth colors!

It's my favorite time of the year.  So much so, I'm ready for the lights, the music and the decorations as early as possible.  What can I say? I keep Christmas music in my car all year!

On December 1, my office at Ambassador was "fully festooned" and I'm feelin' the mood!

But for a lot of people it's the loneliest time of the year; a reminder of what used to be or what never was ...

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December Isn't Just About Christmas!

  • Monday, December 7, 2009
  • Evelyn Gibson
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United States FlagMonday, December 7 is Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day.  A day committed to remembering that fateful event in 1941 when thousands died in the service of their country.  President Roosevelt declared:  "It's a day that will live in infamy."

Perhaps not! 

Unless you're over 60, it's a day that will likely pass like the others next week, in the rush of the season.  Or in the silence of a culture overly saturated with concerns of political correctness.

On December 7, 1941, more than 2,000 US military personnel were killed at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii; nearly 2,000 more ...

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