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If I Won the Lottery

By abast2013 Dec 04, 2012 256 Words
What I Would Do If I Won the Lottery

WoooHoooo! I won! I won! Just hearing about winning the lottery sounds great, even better if it actually happened! I wouldn’t even know where to begin. I would think I would have to share at least some of it. I also wouldn’t spend all of it.

I wouldn’t even know where to begin. I would definitely go on a shopping spree. Just the thought of buying anything I want sounds great! A whole new wardrobe. Also I would travel during vacations from school. Mexico in the spring, Paris in the summer, and who knows maybe Ice Land in the winter!

I would think I would have to share some of it. I would give part of it to my parents. Just to say “Thank you” for taking care of me for eighteen years. I also would probably start some kind of grow up plan for my nephew.

I also wouldn’t spend all of it. I would put most of it into the bank for safekeeping. Using it to pay off college loans after I graduate. I would also probably save it for when I started a family and needed to buy a house.

Winning the lottery would be nice, but I know that I would still have to work. I just feel like without working I would be bored all the time. Also I have heard that money makes people crazy so I think putting most of it away would be the best option for me.

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