Write Me!

I would absolutely LOVE a letter or email from anyone who would like to hear from me or has any questions about my mission or about my adventures in Ecuador! Or just wants to say hi! :)

I'll be in Mexico City at the Mexico Missionary Training Center (Centro de Capacitación Misional) learning more español and how to teach people for 6 weeks, until October 9th, respectively. 

Letters to the Mexico MTC:

Sister Emily Jeanne Wright
Ecuador Quito North Mission
México Missionary Training Center
Ave 510 #90
Colonia San Juan de Aragon
07950 Mexico City, Distrito Federal

And then, I'm going straight to Ecuador! Woot! 

Letters to the Mission Office:

Sister Emily Jeanne Wright
Ecuador Quito North Mission
Calle Francisco Robles E4-151
y Avenida Amazones
Edificio Iglesia de Jesucristo

Or, how easy is this, you can send me a letter for FREE though Dear Elder! Click the link, then choose the Ecuador Quito North Mission. 

Aaand last but not least, my email, which I will be able to check once a week and write back :D


Also, sending packages to Ecuador is kind of complicated, I guess. But here are the instructions I received in from my Mission President about how to do it-

Packages  sent  from  the  U.S.  to  Ecuador  may  not  exceed  4  pounds  and  must  carry  a  green  sticker,  even  if  the post  office  workers  suggest  you  use  a  white  one.    It  must  have  this  customs  declaration  on  the  package,  or  it   will  not  be  accepted  in  this  country.

The  packages  must  be  addressed  as  follows:

Elder/Sister: Full name
Misión  Ecuador Quito                              
Calle  Robles E4-151 y Avenida  Amazonas                                
Casilla: 17-07-9921
Quito, Pichincha                              

Do  not  send  packages  by  Priority  mail  or  FedEx  or  UPS.  These  will  automatically  go  to  “mail  jail”,  requiring  a   special  trip  to  the  post  office  and  payment  of  a  large  fee.    All  of  which,  will  cause  a  long  delay  for  your  missionary  to  receive  their  packages.    Also  if  packages  are  over  the  limit  the  country  starts  charging  for  overweight   and  what  the  package  contains(incoming  taxes  charge)  which  means  you  have  to  pay  to  send  it  and  then  to  receive  it(generally  $30-$80  to  take  it  out  of   ̈mail  jail ̈).    The  church  does  not  cover  this  cost.    The  time  and  money   the  church  spends  on  postage  is  enormous  in  order  for  the  missionaries  to  receive  their  mission  mail  and  personal  mail,  your  cooperation  in  this  issue  is  highly  valued,  thank  you  for  your  help.

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