5 Christmas Gifts

Being far from home at Christmas means the best gift was more family and friends to spend it with.

I hope you’re still enjoying your Christmas celebrations. In Jamaica, the day after Christmas Day is Boxing Day and a national holiday. Going back to work the day after Christmas is a day I haven’t yet embraced and probably never will 🙂

I spent the morning at church, volunteering and getting to spend Christmas morning with my Pathfinder kids and church family.

Then we went back to the Bronx for food and fun.

Here I am admiring and singing… Oh Christmas tree, Oh Christmas tree

Christmas tree http:/runwright.netand praying for the food

Christmas prayer http://runwright.net

And gifts… lots of gifts. I felt SO loved!

For my Five Things Friday, here are 5 gifts I got yesterday!


Gold brooch http://runwright.net
Gold brooch

These earphones have me looking forward to my next run.

Blue tooth earphones http://runwright.net


Girly stuff from one of my favorite girls.

Girly stuff
Girly stuff

Girly stuff  http://runwright.net


I love gift cards.

Gift cards
Gift cards

And everyone knows I love notecards and hot cocoa and bags.

Matching pieces http://runwright.net

And yesterday, I shared pics of my other awesome gifts. Click to check those out too.

What have been your favorite moments of the holidays so far?

Click these blogs for other Friday fav posts:

Venus Trapped In MarsLauren ElizabethThe Diary of a Real HousewifeMar on the Run 

September FarmMeet @ The BarreXOXO RebeccaClare




6 Comments Add yours

  1. Looks like you got some great gifts!

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    1. Run Wright says:

      I did! It was a very merry Christmas! 😀


  2. araekeech says:

    I don’t think you should ever have to embrace going back to work the day after Christmas, it just doesn’t seem right 😉 My favorite moment this Christmas was enjoying an expertly prepared (not by me) traditional Venezuelan Christmas diner with my family, so amazing!!

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    1. Run Wright says:

      That sounds wonderful. What does a traditional Venezuelan Christmas dinner consist of?


      1. araekeech says:

        It was Pan de jamon, pollo negro, hallacas, and potato salad, everything was super delicious!

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      2. Run Wright says:

        It even sounds delicious 😀 thanks for sharing your joy


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