Imagining what we'd do if we won the lottery is a guaranteed cheerer upper. Especially now, when the lottery jackpots seem bigger than ever. My mum played the same numbers every week and I still remember them. If she won a tenner she was as delighted as if she'd won a million. But I agreed when Mum said the jackpots were too big and the lottery should be more widely shared to make more families happy. If one person won last night's £180million Euro lottery, surely that's too much for any one person? I stopped playing the lottery after I lost Mum. But I still sometimes imagine what I'd do if I won. I'd look after any friends and family who were a bit short then donate to charities. And I'd build a special Alzheimer's home and personally interview all the staff to make sure they had genuine kindness. I have no interest in swapping my house for a big mansion because my memories of my late husband Colin are here. Posh designer clothes don't give me a thrill because I'd only get soup stains down the front of a Chanel jacket. And I wouldn't jet off on a fancy… Read full this story
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