Do you wanna get lucky? I know I do. Everyone at one time or another has thought “what if I won the lottery?” Then think about everything they would buy and the people they would help. But when you really think about it the lottery is one of those things that is to good to be true. In our time people are very materialistic. Everyone wants to get rich quick! Winning the lottery isn’t the answer. It can actually bring much more trouble than good. “If you had problems before winning the lottery, you’ll have problems after the lottery. Money isn’t going to solve what’s wrong in your life.”
I would be lying if I said thoughts of wanting to win the lotto have never crossed my mind. When I think about winning the lotto, my first thoughts are who I would tell. If I were to win I would not want the public to know, I would prefer to keep it very private because you never know what kind of crazies come out when you suddenly have money. The second thing that comes to mind is what I would do with the money. I would be able to pay off my college education and not have to worry where next month’s payment is coming from. I would be able to pay off all of my family’s debts. Then I would purchase a brand new car, nothing to expensive, just something more dependable then my car. I would invest money into renovating my house in Carmel and my family’s house in the Bronx. What would I do for my parents? For my mother I would buy her a horse farm in Vermont, and give her enough money to keep it running. For my father I would build him a huge garage to store his cars. I would also buy my father a 1970 Chevy SS Chevelle, and a 1965 AC Cobra. I would put the rest of my lottery money in the bank and let it grow for my family, I would not want to live off of it, I would continue to work every day. Of course these are just thoughts, back to reality.
When you go out to the store and buy that ticket you never contemplate everything that may happen after you win those...
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