Thank you all for all the love and support you all have given me. It's been very comforting to know that right before I climb into bed, I'll receive anywhere between 2-6 letters.The big thing we've been doing this week is learning to talk to people we've never met before. It's funny, because since I'm going to Salt Lake, I'll never have tract or talk to people on the street hardly ever, but I suppose it's still useful.
Note from Tami
Gunner will be leaving the MTC on Tuesday so, if you want him to get a letter soon, you'll want to send one tomorrow or Monday morning (before 11am our time) through www.dearelder.com. If you want to use this service, you will need the following info:
Select: Provo MTC
Name: Elder Gunner Martineau
Unit code: 146
Mission code: UT-SLC-E
MTC Departure Date: August 5, 2014
Email address: email@example.com
Gunner's address will be coming as soon as he is assigned. Until then, any letters will need to be sent to the mission office. This can be done through www.dearelder.com (for the cost of a stamp) or you can send it yourself to the following address (per Gunner, it takes about 4 days to get to him):
Elder Gunner Vohn Martineau
Utah Salt Lake City East Mission
3487 S 1300 E West Entrance
Salt Lake City, UT 84106
(801) 487-6098 - the phone number in case it is needed for the carrier you are using
Or you can always just send him an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Just keep in mind that he gets very limited computer time and can only check his email on P-Day so, if he can have already read your letter, he can spend what time he has sending out letters, instead of just reading them.