I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting sponsored by Publishers Clearing House. I received a product sample and promotional item as a thank you for participating.
On August 29th Publisher’s Clearing House will announce its newest “Forever” prize winner. That lucky person will win $5,000 a week for life and upon their death their designated inheritor will receive $5,000 a week for their life! I haven’t entered a PCH Sweepstakes in a while…until this one, but my mom enters all the time! Why not? I sure could use $5,000 a week heck I’d be happy for $5,000 a month 🙂 How cool would it be to have the Prize Patrol roll into my neighborhood and present me with a nice big check and some balloons?
All of this big money got me thinking about what if I won? I would name Aaron, my oldest as my inheritor and stipulate in my will that he shares it with his brother, that is the easy part. What would I do with all that money? The dreaming is fun and some of my answers are practical and some are just fun.
I would…pay my tithe and pay off my debts before I did anything else. Next, I would order my dream cars…a Tesla S for local driving and a Ford Edge Limited for distance driving. I would plan a Disney Cruise for my whole family, I buy into the Disney Vacation Club and become a Disney Premier Passport owner. After a year of celebrating and traveling I’d buy a house in Celebration, FL so I could be closer to Mickey Mouse and then we would start our new life in a new place. We would find a new home church where we could use our talents to serve the body of Christ and we would travel a few times a year to minister on the road with The 99.
I wonder what last year’s winner, John Wyllie of White City, Oregon has done with his winnings??
You can’t win this awesome prize if you don’t enter. Click the link at the top of this post and put your name in the hat. August 29th could be your lucky day. I’d love to know what you would do with $5,000 a week for life so leave me a comment and join me in dreaming big!
Special thanks to Publishers Clearing House for sponsoring today’s discussion.