This week the Foundation for Enterprise Development had its annual end-of-year Christmas party on Wednesday. Unfortunately, I missed it due to a mix up with my schedule.

However, I did hear from several sources that the party was a good one, and I’m sorry I missed it. Many of my old friends and colleagues from SAIC were there, and the Great Room was jam-packed with people.

One of the highlights of the evening was a sneak peek of a new short film that the FED is producing on employee ownership. I am looking forward to seeing the completed product sometime next year.

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In addition to my Friday cruises on Solutions and my road trips to some local sites of interest, I have been watching a lot of films and reading many books at home in my office. I just finished watching Gone with the Wind, which I enjoyed, and I have ordered a copy of a new book, The Price of Civilization. It has received some good reviews in the media, and I look forward to reading it soon.

Betty and I are also making plans to see Jesus Christ Superstar at the La Jolla Playhouse sometime this month. The musical is directed by Des McAnuff, who had great success taking a number of shows, including Jersey Boys, from the La Jolla Playhouse to Broadway.

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It has been very cold here in San Diego lately, which does make it feel like Christmas is in the air. I hope you are enjoying the season.

– Bob

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