05 May

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Something for the ladies…

The best man I’ve ever met, and probably will ever meet, is a foot massage therapist from Flushing, New York. I was out on the town with a good friend of mine, when we decided to get foot rubs near Main Street. I admit I was a little nervous when I first entered the place, mostly because it was small, and had minimal decor. On top of that, a man was going to be touching my legs, and I’ve never ever had a man touch them, excluding boyfriends. So off went our pants in a private area, and out we walked to two middle aged-looking Chinese guys, with a towel draped around each of our waists, and I was impressed by how professional they were. Not only did they do a great job, but specifically my massage therapist was so polite and respectful, insisting that I cover as much of my legs as possible while he worked, and he closed his eyes when massaging my feet, like he was refusing to be seduced by me, or something, or was in a mystical trance… I kinda got a kick outta that, haha. It was undoubtedly the best massage I’ve had in my life, and on top of that, my friend told me that he didn’t have a ring on his finger, and he wasn’t too bad-looking for a middle aged-looking Chinese guy…

Maybe if I go back there a few more times, and get some more massages from him…

Oh well. A girl could dream 🙂


About the Author

Written by vhwang

H. W. Vivian (1988-Present) was born Vivian Hwang in Flushing, New York, to a Taiwanese immigrant family, and grew up in her hometown. At a young age, she showed great interest toward the arts, studying piano, violin, and percussions, while drawing and painting on her own time. Her parents' divorce when she was eight years old took a big toll on her personal life, but she sreacted by burying herself in her artistic endeavors. At fourteen, she joined the Bayside High School music program. Afterward, she enrolled in the Art Institute of New York City's culinary arts and restaurant management program. After graduation, she returned to traditional college, enrolling in Baruch College-CUNY's Bachelor of Business Administration, majoring in Finance and Investments, and minoring in Theater. During this time, H. W. Vivian conceived the idea for her first novel, Chasers, but wouldn't publish it until many years afterward, in March 2014. Her second novel, Days of Amber, which is written under her pen name, Alex Chu, is currently available in the Amazon Kindle store, and will also be on sale in print in August 2014.