DescriptionAUGUSTA COUNTY, Va. -- Valentine's Day gives another reason to remind those we love just how much we care about them.With a double bypass and triple bypass in their rear view mirror, the couple is looking forward to an open road.There was plenty of candy and flowers passed around last Tuesday, but for some, it won't stop there.John and Chris Shiflet celebrated a second chance at love and life this Valentine's Day."We had two little broken hearts that got mended," said Chris.The Virginia couple has been married for close to 20 years. They prove that true love can go the distance, even when the going gets tough."Three months ago, I had a heart attack and had open heart surgery," said Chris.According to the American Heart Association, nearly 800,000 people have heart attacks each year. Chris never thought it would happen to her, especially while driving."Fortunately, I stopped at a neighbor's house, didn't quite make it home," said Chris.The duo jokingly said that as soulmates, it was only right for John to follow."Then two weeks ago, he had open heart surgery," said Chris. "He's actually two weeks post-op today.""I kept telling her something wasn't right," said John. "I couldn't get my breath right."With a double bypass and triple bypass in their rear view mirror, the couple is looking forward to an open road."That RV that's sitting out there in the yard, that's going to be gone," said Chris.Their Valentine's Day gift is a fresh bill of health and a love that gets sweeter with age."Even if he is a pain sometimes. He's stubborn," said Chris."She's got that mixed up," said John.They're ready to hit another mile marker, while leaning on each other just as best friends do."I couldn't do it without her," said John.John has a good amount of therapy to go through before they can hit the road. Chris said she had a total of 18 therapy sessions and now feels 20 years younger.The couple said they owe their second chance to the doctors at Sentara RMH Medical Center in Harrisonburg, Virginia.