My dad commercial fishes in southeast Alaska. He was docked in Sitka, fixing up his boat and preparing for the next salmon opening, when he started experiencing pain in his chest and left arm. He knew it wasn't right, and flew the next day into Anchorage to visit a cardiologist. Turns out he's got 90% blockage in two vessels and needs a couple of stents, so he's in the hospital today undergoing the procedure. The very common procedure. The very common procedure that is performed every single day on lots and lots of people. The very common procedure that takes place in a controlled environment with trained medical personnel right there. So I can stop worrying. Right?
Dinner last night: sour cream enchiladas, refried beans, corn, green salad