I got up Saturday morning and went to the fitness center. I did 35 minutes on the treadmill and some weights. Good workout, I felt great. I took my wife out to an early dinner for her birthday. We finished eating, paid the bill and were just having some decaf coffee. All of a sudden I didn't feel well, wasn't quite sure what was going on but didn't seem right. I was beginning to feel pressure in my chest, started sweating. I had my wife drive me to a nearby Urgent Care facility. They ran an EKG on me and I was having a heart attack. The gave me aspirin, nitro, oxygen and called an ambulance. Ambulance took me to a local hospitals heart center where the cardiac team was already assembling. I was taken to the Cardiac Catheterization Lab and my right coronary artery was 100% blocked. I had no earlier indications or signs that I was having a problem. They put a stent in and I was home on Monday. I had gotten treatment so quickly after the start of the attack that heart muscle damage was very slight. Everyone who took care of me from the time I showed up at Urgent Care, to the ambulance team, and the cardiologist and staff at the hospital were incredible. The care I got was first rate. No family history of heart disease, I exercise, watch my diet and I'm in my 40's. A completely unexpected event. Anyway, glad to be sitting here today feeling very good. Thanks to all the people that dedicate themselves to critical care.