Curtis has now arrived in the Mexico City South Mission. We have not received a mailing address from him as yet, but we can send him comments from his blog or you can save up the letters and we'll let you know the address next week! Or, may even better, you can join the Dearelder.com sight and they will find him if you put in the "Mexico City South Mission" as the destination. This is a nice way to mail letters because instead of taking six weeks, it only takes one.
Old News: Elder Sudbury has moved from the the Ogden, Utah mission to the Mexico City South Mission because his VISA finally became available.
The Ogden mission wanted to keep him (and others going to Mexico) close enough to SLC so they could be contacted immediately, as soon as the VISA becomes available. Currently, it is the mission home's belief that the VISA will come within the next month---therefore the reason for keeping him in a Utah mission. Some of those were assigned to Salt Lake City to serve while they are waiting, but since Curtis is from Salt Lake City, he has been assigned to Ogden.
If you have sent Curtis an a letter, but have not received anything in return, it is because, at the MTC, they limit the time you can spend emailing anyone to 1/2 hour. At the end of that time limit, the computer shuts down.