During an appearance on WINCLY, Kofi Kingston revealed that although the pandemic has not been beneficial from a humanitarian or professional standpoint, he’s enjoyed the additional amount of time that he’s been able to spend at home with his family. Here’s what he had to say:
I’ve taught my son how to play chess. We’ve been playing checkers. We’ve been playing War with the cards, Go Fish. Just having a lot of fun. When we look back on these days, this part of it being home and being able to spend this quantity and quality time with the family for sure. Even before we had kids, I was still traveling on the road. So to be able to spend time home with my wife is awesome. Being able to help her out around the house.
Being able to help her with the kids. If she has things she needs to do, I can just take the kids and allow her to have that time. It’s okay. I’m trying to make the best of it like I feel like everybody should. I’m trying to find the glass half full scenario and try to find that optimistic and positive outlook on everything because things will go back to normal at some point in time. We’ll all be back on our feet.
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