On September 28, 2015, I woke up feeling wonderful getting ready for work. I picked up a coworker and drove 2 hours away. 45 minutes after being at work since 7 am, I felt a little fluttering in my chest. I just thought it was maybe because I did drink maybe half of an energy drink. I asked a coworker if my heart was beating fast and she said no. I asked if she was sure because it felt like it was going to beat out of my chest. About 5 minutes later, the fluttering went away and it felt like someone reached in and squeezed my heart, I sat down and my coworker called 911. Luckily, the hospital was across the street from where we were working that day. After being put in the ambulance and IVs, I was wheeled into ICU still not knowing I was having a heart attack. The doctor did not tell me what was going on until after he was done. My main atery was 90% blocked. By 10am I was up and walking. It has almost been a year but it has been a journey with the medications and appointments, understanding how to live with Coronary Artery Disease is not easy but its worth the efforts to live a long life. I give thanks to God every day for another chance.