– It started out like
a totally normal day. (ringing) (buzzing) (meowing) (beeping) – [Voiceover] Mom! – Okay, move objection
deadline to the third line after survey.
(child talking) Oh honey, for (mumbles)
always use the verb “estar”. What are you doing down there? Did you finish your breakfast? Don’t hit your brother.
(laughter) Honey, you have to eat something. Here. Okay, five minutes to car pool. Where’s my coffee? – You okay, mom?
– Oh, I’m fine. Sandwich orders, what do you want? – Almond butter and jelly.
– Spaghetti. (groaning) – You sure you’re okay?
– I’m fine, sweetie. – I am so late. Hey buddy, how you doing? Hey honey. You okay? – Huh? Yeah, I’m fine.
– You sure? – Oh yeah, yeah. – Asahi, my favorite. See you guys later. – [Son] Bye, daddy. – Where are your shoes? Put
your shoes back on please. You know, go help your sister.
(phone ringing) We’re going in three minutes. Oh my God. What am I doing? I forgot to cut off the crust. Voila! Shoes on, potty if you need it. Honey, get your sister. Get her…
– [Son] Are you sure… (shattering)
– Nobody move! I’m getting a dustpan. (banging) – Mom! I think you’re having a heart attack. – Honey, do I look like
the type of person who has a heart attack? I’m just gonna sit down. (groaning) I’m totally fine. Don’t forget to wear the high
socks with the shin guards. – Forget about the shin guards, mom. (honking) – Come on, Mrs. Ananag is not gonna wait. (horn) Woah. Okay. 911. (ringing) Hi, sorry to bother you. I think I might be having a
little heart attack. (laughs) Nothing really, just some nausea, tightening of the jaw,
dizziness, shortness of breath, muscle pain, achiness, this
terrible pressure in my chest. Oh really? They can be here in how long? Two minutes? Can you make it ten? I thought I had gas. Turns out I was having a heart attack. Heart disease is the number
one killer of American women. Now, I take care of my
heart and tell the women in my life to do the same.
– Sounds great by the way. – That’s nice sweetie,
but that’s not my heart. That is. Make it your mission to save
your life, and the lives of the women you love. Find out more from the
American Heart Association at goredforwomen.org. (gentle music)