My fiance recently had a major heart attack at 43 years old. Blew me away. I was out of town working and got a frantic call from her daughter. I had no idea that folks that young could *have* a heart attack. Definitely opened our eyes. Also amazed me at how fast you can drive 219 miles when an emergency erupts. I averaged 91.4 miles an hour up I-5 back to Stockton and that was stopping for gas once. It's a scary time and definitely reminds you of mortality. The slightest little thing would set her off with chest pains for several weeks afterward. Thankfully she's doing much better and is at the doctor right now taking a stress test while I am at work. Thank GOD for my mother, she not only saved Alicia's life, she takes her to all of her appointments and has always been there for her. Being used to being a workaholic though and having to stay at home the past couple of months now though is driving her nuts, so my brother brought her over his collection of MDC Roundhouse boxcar kits. There are almost a hundred of them and he can't put them together because he has a nerve disorder and his hands shake fiercely, so the partnership on that project has been great for both of them. He is getting his cars built and she's having a great stress relieving time building cars and learning more about model railroading. She's now talked her ex husband (who is my best friend) into letting us rebuild my layout at his house since he has a big garage and doesn't use it and mine is full of crap from work. :mrgreen: Take it easy and find some projects to keep your mind and skills sharp and your stress level low and don't sweat the small stuff (or the big for that matter). Life is WAY too precious.