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Editor's Letter

It’s November! In my opinion, it’s one of the “coziest” months of the year. The Tennessee heat finally settles, so we can snuggle up around a fire with friends and family while enjoying each other’s company on cool November nights. We finally have “sweater weather” where even our clothing seems to wrap us in comfort. We are forced to SLOW DOWN and take a break from the never-ending summer activities and commitments. We can simply enjoy being in the warmth and coziness of home. I challenge each of you to do just that: slow down and relax. It’s a perfect time for reading VIP Murfreesboro’s All About Home issue!

We have so much to be thankful for, being residents of this amazing community. Flip through the pages of this issue, and you will see that the outlook of our citizens is always positive, and the calendar is always full of ways to give back. From celebrations of art through community mural painting, craft brewery tastings to benefit efforts for victims of domestic violence, to Halloween parties raising funds for local charities, Murfreesboro is a place where everyone shows their gratefulness by giving back while having lots of fun. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again, no wonder our community is the fastest growing – who wouldn’t want to live here?

Home is where your heart is, right? Your heart may be in a cozy bungalow downtown, one of the multi-amenity apartments or condos near all of the activity, or even a larger home in family centered community development. Each of these homes offer different things, meeting all of our ever so different needs. We are excited to feature many of the different living options throughout this issue, and we are hopeful you’ll learn something new to help you though your next home decision inside. Cooler weather is settling in, a season when we spend more time in our homes, so I hope that you find inspiring ideas for finding that perfect home for you!

Thanks for all of your continued support. Please visit our webpage and submit events for our calendar and event coverage. We want to give you what you want to see. Let us know how we can support you.

Carrie Beth Catron

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