Stiletto Heights

I am Jennifer Gordon- a mixed media collage artist and comic writer living in Columbus OH, with my fiance and love- Keith. I specialize in paintings, ACEOS, journals, art boxes and more. I am always available for commissions! Visit my etsy shop at: http://www.stilettoheights.etsy.com

Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Dear (Insert Name Here) week # ?



(you know what to do peeps)

Dear Mark Wahlberg

first off...what's up, how are you?

I am not sure if you remember me, but I was at a New Kids On The Block concert back when I was about 12 at the now torn down Boston Garden.

I was at the time completely head over heels mad for Jordan Knight, well me and the rest of my foxy girls were all very pleasantly surprised with the announcement that Donnie's younger brother "Marky" Mark was going to be performing for the first time with his new band...The Funky Bunch.

I was all a titter, how cool was that, two of the Wahlberg brothers for the overpriced cost of one...

since at that time you were a nobody you were still free to roam the Boston Garden without packs of women and gay men following you about, just trying to "get some".

So, imagine my utter 12 year old excitement when you were standing not 20 feet from me chatting it up with some of the security team.

I played it cool, the way only a newly developing 12 year old can do.....I screamed, like that high pitched yell of a young girl in love.

"Oh My God......It's Donnie's Brother...!!!!!!!!"

I know, I know, I was such a Lolita with my hypnotic cries of delight.

But you did look at me, and I swear, we had a sort of connection, I may not have been as hot as the other Boston girls you no doubt ran with on the mean streets...but I was beginning to develop, so it's not really out of the question.

so anyway....do you remember that?

Oh, I'm sorry, I sort of went in a different direction with this letter than I thought I was going to, I should get to my point.

You were awesome in "The Departed" much better than in The Perfect Storm, and The Italian Job...those movies, well...not so much.

love
Jennifer Gordon

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9 Comments:

Blogger NancyPearlWannabe said...

Jenn! I totally loved Jordan Knight, too! My first concert, my parents took me and my sister to see them at Foxboro Stadium. We puff-painted our t-shirts to proclaim our love.

8:51 AM  
Blogger Craftymoose Crafts said...

Jenn-you crack me up! I love to start my day here! (Not brave enough to write one yet...but maybe sometime!)

8:54 AM  
Blogger stilettoheights said...

Shelly- I was at that show too!!

Dee- I make a fool of myself every week, you don;t need to be brave.

9:06 AM  
Blogger jewelstreet said...

Dear Miss Bette Davis-

I adore you. You were so strong and beautiful at the same time.

One of the first movies I ever fell in love with, and still love, was Now, Vogager. Such a beautiful movie that makes me cry every time I watch it.

And in The Three Little Foxes you were such a b****, but you played it so well.

Anyway, you were a magnificent woman who still has a fan even 50 years later.

Your fan-
Aimee

9:49 AM  
Blogger Angela said...

I went to one of the New Kids On The Block shows. A LONG time ago...at least for me...lolol
Anyhoo...I wrote a letter once...and I have to admit it does take not worrying what others will think of your oppinions. I may write another one again sometime...gonna leave writing letters to you girls for now though! :)Jenn, you are too kewl! :)
*Waves*

12:05 PM  
Blogger CountryGirl_CityLife said...

Dear James Blunt -

How could you?

How could you cheat on Petra with Lindsay Lohan?

Yeah, yeah, yeah....I read the press report that said you broke up in February but I am sure that was all Petra trying to save face after you were caught out on the town with Blohan.

Really, though, how could you?

Not only is Petra gorgeous and sweet but she was in a TSUNAMI, a tsunami that she lost a great love in.

You're Ugly. It's true.

Not even sure what Petra saw in you, maybe she pitied your bad looks. You are disgusting. If it wasn't for the amazing and talented Linda Perry helping you out you would probably be stuck writing songs for the rumored upcoming Spice Girls reunion.

I hope LaLindz gives you something to remember her by, forever.

Jody

12:11 PM  
Blogger gilfling said...

Dear Uma

I am really actually rather sad to write this letter as I 'am'/was a bit of a fan of yours but now.....well I am not so sure.

You see I adored you in Pulp Fiction - your were just incredible, powerful and so cool. Kill Bill I kind of liked but still thought you were great in it.

But now......alas..... where do I see you.... the virgin media TV adverts. Now I can perhaps understand the temptations of doing what basically amounts to not very much for what is probably a disgusting amount of money... but to sell your soul.... to appear in such awful, banal, embarassing TV ads, where your acting leaves alot to be desired, well. Are you embarassed by it? I think I would be.

I am really hoping for your sake that these adverts only appear in the UK, (we are only a small country after all and are generally off making cups of tea when the ads are on so there is a chance (a tiny chance) that not many people will have seen your terrible performances.

If this is indeed an international ad....then I fear your acting days are numbered. I had actually thought you would do better for yourself. I guess sometimes we can all get a little greedy.

Anyway good luck with your career.

gillian xx

12:24 PM  
Blogger Steph said...

I love these letters.

12:50 PM  
Blogger Amy C. Martin said...

Dear Donnie -

I used to be so in love with you back when you were Hangin' Tough... then you had to go and play "Duddits". My memories of you have now been forever tarnished and will never be the same. I'm sorry it had to end this way, but it does. It just does.

Best wishes,
~Amy

1:32 AM  

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