Sister Elizabeth Annette Moss
Nov 27 GER-FRA
2009 N 900 E Unit 133
Provo, Utah 84604

Dear Elder Info: Sister Elizabeth Annette Moss, Unit 133, GER-FRA, Nov 27

Mission Home after Nov. 27th: Sister Elizabeth Moss
Corneliusstrasse 18
60325 Frankfurt am Main

Friday, October 18, 2013

Writing to Elizabeth through

The best way to write Elizabeth right now while she is in the MTC is through It is a service provided that prints out your letter and delivers it to her. The deliveries are twice daily at noon and suppertime (whenever that is for her). That way it doesn't take up the limited computer time she has for writing letters reading them. She can do that any time, plus, with the printed letters, she can reread them to her heart's content. And we all know how contented her heart is rereading letters, notes, books, text messages, conversations.

So here's how you do it.

Click this link or go to First, click "write a letter" at the top of the page. Then, ignore the square about the pouch deadline and look at the box below it that says "letter selection." There is a drop down menu with a red star by it. Click that and chose the "Provo MTC." Then click on "Write a Missionary." A mock envelope comes up. You have to put in your name and address and then fill in her information. Where it says Elder, click the drop down menu and choose "Sister" then add her name. Her unit # is 133, her mission code is GER-FRA, and her estimated departure date is Nov 27. Then under that box it asks for your email address. I think you have to put it in to make it work, but the other box is optional.

Now you are ready to write your letter. The bigger blank box is where you type the letter. They give you 7900 characters. I've never come close to using all those in one letter, so I think most of you are probably pretty good. If you need more I suppose you could send two letters or three. If you have any questions just ask me. Once you get it set up you don't have to fill her info in again.

Happy lettering!! I've already had a quick note from her, and she is doing well. Working hard. She says she thinks it's the hardest she's ever worked.

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