Four years ago, today to the minute, I was flat on my back, stark naked and freezing cold, watching an x-ray monitor in Stamford Hospital’s cath lab as they snaked six stents into me. Here is a picture that I made shortly afterward. The nurses knocked themselves out to get me an absentee ballot and I voted the next morning. And, by Thursday, I was back at work with no one at work knowing anything unusual had happened. “Never complain, never explain” is a good motto. Another is “Engage in and draw life.” I told the cardiologist that if we were going to have some fun, I wanted to watch so tilt the monitors so I can watch. It was fascinating.