I don’t consider myself a “lucky” person. Growing up, my sister had the best luck and would win all the family board games. We used to break the wishbone of a turkey after Sunday dinner to determine who had to wash and who had to dry; Heidi always broke the wishbone so that she got to choose. I HATED drying! Anyway, lately I have been quite a winner. My daughter and I attended a school drama production and entered a few raffles. We did not win the dollar raffle prizes, but when we arrived home, we got a phone call that I had won Red Sox tickets! The excitement continues…Last week at the Tim Holz class, I won a raffle as well. The funny thing is, I was late (as usual) and didn’t get a ticket initially. I had to ask for one right before the drawing. A couple of the prizes didn’t apply to me as they were die-cuts, and I don’t own a machine. However, the tool kit came up for raffle and the crowd admired it. Wouldn’t you know, I won it! I am so grateful for these blessings that remind me that God loves me and doesn’t just give me what I need–he gives more than I can ask or imagine!