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Christmas break is almost here; Go home and spread some cheer

The tree is up, stockings are hung, and lights are on the house. Christmas is quickly approaching as well as finals. With the stress of final projects and exams it is important to sit back, spend time with family and friends and enjoy this holiday season. Decorating your home for Christmas the day after Thanksgiving is a very popular family tradition. These photos show some of the many decorations in my home. Whether you are traveling back home for Christmas or staying right here in East Tennessee, be safe and have a Merry Christmas.

Rudolph hanging proudly on the Christmas tree. Photo by Brooke Wainwright.

Rudolph hanging proudly on the Christmas tree. Photo by Brooke Wainwright.

These stockings are waiting to be filled by Santa on Christmas. Photo by Brooke Wainwright.

These stockings are waiting to be filled by Santa on Christmas. Photo by Brooke Wainwright.

This smiling snowman is happy to be displayed by the Christmas Tree. Photo by Brooke Wainwright.

This smiling snowman is happy to be displayed by the Christmas Tree. Photo by Brooke Wainwright.

Santa Clause is coming to town! Photo by Brooke Wainwright.

Santa Clause is coming to town! Photo by Brooke Wainwright.

This snowman is waiting on the seasons first snowfall. Photo by Brooke Wainwright.

This snowman is waiting on the seasons first snowfall. Photo by Brooke Wainwright.

The Christmas tree represents life during the winter. Photo by Brooke Wainwright.

The Christmas tree represents life during the winter. Photo by Brooke Wainwright.

Allison Franklin’s mother made this pinecone tree from pinecones gathered on Maryville College’s campus. It’s sprayed with a cinnamon fragrance that brings memories of the holidays. Photo by Allison Franklin.

Allison Franklin’s mother made this pinecone tree from pinecones gathered on Maryville College’s campus. It’s sprayed with a cinnamon fragrance that brings memories of the holidays. Photo by Allison Franklin.

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