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Aug. 12, 2013 - Philippines MTC

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August 12 - Monday - Today was our first day working in the PEF Center.  We rode to work at the center  (Which is right next door to Philippines MTC and across the street from the Manila Temple) with the Tenneys.  They have a car and drive to work every day.  Driving around here is a lot daunting and even though I have a Philippines drivers license I am not real sure about how I feel about getting out in this traffic.  The cost of a car per month is about $120.00 plus the cost of petrol (gasoline).  It's all so overwhelming at times.  We are supposed to get our car towards the end of the month. It's a bit worrisome.

We came home early from work to be here in time to get the internet installed at 4:00.  Again...they are a non show.  It's so irritating.  I wanted to get this sent out today. Oh well.  I will just keeping adding to this email until I can finally send it.  Maybe I will just go to work early and send it from there.  I feel like it's going to get too long and you all will be bored to death.  Sorry.  If, after getting this eternally long email, you would rather not be getting all this info, please let me know and I will remove you from my list.  However; I would still love to hear from you. 

I now have a mailing address which is:

  • Sister Kathleen O'Reilly
  • Eastwood North Condo #23
  • Parkview Tower 1
  • Quezon City, Philippines

I would love hand written cards and letters. If anyone would like to send them, they would be heartily welcome! Make sure you put on enough postage for them to make it to the Philippines.  I don't know how much you will need in postage.  You may have to go to the local Post Office to get that info and the proper postage.  Please let me know by email also that you have sent something so I can keep an eye open for it.  As with much in this part of the world, the mail system is all rather chaotic.  Remember to NOT enclose anything besides the letter or card in the envelope as that will insure that it will NOT get here. You can also send letters by pouch mail.  There are certain restrictions and requirements but I am sure they are not quite as hard to follow as the regular mail issues.  I will send you the info on how do to pouch mail next time I write.  Pouch mail always gets here because it is controlled by the LDS Church, not the national postal services of either country.

Love,
Sister O'Reilly

"Blessed is the influence of one true, loving, human soul on another." -- George Eliot

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