George W. Bush 'feeling pretty good' after heart surgery

Former President George W. Bush said Friday that he is "feeling pretty good" after undergoing heart surgery earlier this month.

"I wish I was a teenager, so I could be out on my mountain bike today, but I'm slowly recovering," he said on Fox News Friday morning.

Bush had a stent placed into his left anterior descending artery on Aug. 6, after a routine checkup discovered a blockage. Bush said he had no chest pains prior to that discovery.

"I thought I'd be healthy forever, and then aging got me," he said.

Bush was interviewed just before a charity golf tournament in Texas, and was asked by anchor Brian Kilmeade whether he plans to spoil his new granddaughter, Mila.

"Yes," he said.