In the midst of the busyness of summer, there is one activity I enjoy even more than doing chores for my family. It is getting together with friends or family and having a casual chat about life, love, and our daily lives.
The problem with this activity is that it is so casual and informal, it is almost impossible to have a conversation without one of us interrupting. It is so casual to be able to talk about life, love, and our daily lives, but it is so casual to interrupt people when they are talking.
You don’t have to be the talkative type to be a good talker. Sometimes it is a requirement that we talk about something other than our day, our lives, or our day’s activities. If you can talk about baseball or your kids, you can probably talk about life and your day too.
Yes, we are talking about life and our day. When we talk about life, we can talk about our kids and the problems at home, we can talk about some of our friends and how our life has changed, we can talk about our day and our hobbies, and we can talk about life and our friends.
We may be talking about something that we don’t want to talk about, but it is definitely something we are all talking about. So, if you can’t talk about your husband’s sex life or your kid’s homework, I’m not going to stop you.
In our previous post, we said that a golden handshake is a great way to remind your friends that you are still in love with them. It also implies something about your relationship that you might not want others to know. We are not talking about a friendship here, we are talking about your self-confidence and your ability to do things for other people.
When you get together with someone, there are going to be times when either one of you have to do something for the other, and you probably have the ability to do it. Even though you have to do it in a way that is not totally comfortable, it will still matter because you two are on the same page. A golden handshake might be the only way that you are able to do that at all.
Golden hands can be made by rubbing a piece of wood between your index finger and middle finger, followed by a middle finger push. Or you can make your own by using a piece of wood you own.
I’m not sure if that’s the only way, but it’s definitely one of the most common methods. Some people use them to say “hello” or “goodbye,” but more often than not, as the name suggests, they’re just a way of signaling each other that you have something in common. I think, however, that it’s also a way of saying how much you care for the other person.
I think that the word Golden makes sense for this one. Since the entire concept of “handshake” is that of signaling a shared interest, its natural for people to share a common bond. But when you put a hand on someone after the middle finger is pushed into your palm, this is a way of saying how much you care for the other person. This is a very common gesture, especially in the U.S. where there is a pretty big hand-shaking tradition.