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Christmastime is here!

OK, well, not quite. Believe me, I’m not one to pass over Thanksgiving. Nevertheless, tis the season when everything starts to get a little jollier. Sleigh bells ring – are you listening?

Our November/December edition of Franklin Living will hopefully bring the holiday cheer to fill you with the spirit of the season and put a bow on 2021.

With this issue, we give you a peek at the special holiday traditions of a few of your friends and neighbors.

From the Blantons’ Christmas tree farm to Lela Ray’s beautiful hand-painted ornaments to the Moores’ tip-top holiday decorating, this edition of the magazine is chock-full of seasonal merriment.

I hope you’ll find some inspiration in this issue – whether a new recipe you want to try, a craft project to undertake, renewed commitment to your financial or spiritual goals or some other way to make the season bright.

I hope this magazine can be a small part of your festivities this year.

Christmastime is here … families drawing near. Oh, that we could always see such spirit through the year!

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