Monday, July 13, 2015

Gratitude Monday -- God and Five Dollars Edition

I won a little bit of money in the Lotto 6/49 Saturday and for it I am grateful.
Here's what happened.
I asked the Universe one night late last week how to get some money. I haven't earned anything from writing for a while now so thought it would be a good idea to bring a bit in.
Generally, when I address the Universe I use God as way to sum it all up.  It's spoken shorthand for Universe, guides, helpers, angels, archangels, and all the beings who love me and work with me in the light of God for the highest good of all.
I figure if God's the CEO of the Universe, then using the word covers it all.
That explained, I asked the Universe for a way to do it and to give me a sign. I further asked the sign be obvious as I can be rather dull-witted at times. Then I went to sleep.
The next morning I awoke to a vehicle parked blocking our driveway. I went out to note the make, model, and license plate to call it in later.
The plate was TAK 649.
Take 6/49? 
It had to be a sign.
I bought a ticket and found out yesterday it won $5.
During my request I noted to God I would say thank you when I won so:
Thank you, God, for my lottery win.


the Bag Lady said...

I love this. Congratulations on your win.

Leah J. Utas said...

Thanks, Bag lady.

Virginia Lee said...

And don't forget your abundance checque this coming Wednesday night/Thursday morning.

Also, YAY! xoxo

Leah J. Utas said...

Thanks, VL.

Anonymous said...

Love, love, love this! Congratulations on your win! And congratulations on being a person who has a heart of gratitude!

Leah J. Utas said...

Thank you, Kimberley.

messymimi said...

What a pleasant event!

Leah J. Utas said...

It surely was, Messymimi.

Barbara Martin said...

Wonderful! sometimes I get a feeling to go out and buy a ticket, though this hasn't happened for awhile. I used to correlate the numbers that most frequently came up together, and despite that they should come up randomly -- they don't. They come in sequences. Winnings regularly came in, but not large jackpots. Once I gave a line of mumbers to a lawyer in a firm I worked at. The first time the line was played, he got $10 for $1 (back in the days when it was still cheap). I would remind him to buy the tickets and he would, and then he forgot. Three or so months later the row of numbers came up for the 5 plus bonus, and no, he had not bought a ticket. That's just how it goes.