Andy Cohen went down with the coronavirus but he thankfully recovered. The Bravo host said that his reunion with his son Ben was the best thing ever. But, he just enjoyed the simple pleasure of another first in a long time. He and Ben took a walk around their neighborhood. It seems that one upside to the terrible virus is the realization of just how the simple things in life really matter.
Andy Cohen and Ben took a spring day stroll
Not only did Andy survive his illness, but he also lived to see another spring day. Now the weather broke, he and Ben were able to get outside for a walk. On May 2, he shared a photo of just his son holding his hand. Andy noted that the weather finally turned so they made the most of the milder weather. He noted in his caption, “we got a little stroll around the neighborhood for his first time. It was the purest joy.”
Many fans agreed that little memories like this go a long way in later years. One fan of Andy Cohen commented, “These are precious days with him.” Another one told Andy that time flies so fast, in next to no time, Ben will be 16 and driving him around “The Hamptons.” Another fan got the vibe and wrote: “There is nothing like walking around in spring sunshine holding your kiddo’s hand 😍.” Yes, there’s nothing like making precious memories, many people agree. One person noted, “Walking together and hand holding through the city. Nothing better. My best memories.”
Andy reuniting with his son was also a special day
TV Shows Ace reported on April 1, that Andy finally got over his COVID-19 isolation. He waited an extra day before he risked seeing his son again. But the sweet moment seemed worth the wait. At the time, the Bravo host, who featured on many reality TV Tell-Alls, described the reunion as “the best one yet.” Actually, for his nearly 4 million fans the reunion was a great day for them as well. When Andy fell ill, hundreds, and perhaps thousands of people worried about him during his fight against COVID-19. Many prayers were said for the popular Bravo star.
While millions of people around the world know the feeling of isolation that lockdowns bring, serious illness also helps people appreciate life. As UGC.org noted, “Serious illness does more than interrupt our routine. It can alter our view of life and help us to focus on what’s really important and to appreciate life’s preciousness even more.” And, sometimes the most precious things, as Andy Cohen discovered, involve the simple joy of taking a walk in the spring sunshine with a child.
Do you agree that a touch of spring sunshine and the feeling of a child holding your hand are simply precious beyond anything that money can buy? Sound off in the comments below.
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