Lucky Phyllis Thomas shows off her $1-million cheque yesterday.
Now she's really, really set for life.
A 68-year-old grandmother from Peguis First Nation has found lightning really does strike twice, winning a $1-million lottery jackpot for a second time in little more than two years.
Phyllis Thomas yesterday accepted a cheque for the jackpot for the Set For Life Scratch 'N' Win lottery, the same game for which she took the big prize on March 18, 2005.
"It's made my life wonderful, but I don't think it has changed my life. I'm still the same person,"
If she has a secret to lotto success, she's keeping it to herself -- except for one tip to others who purchase tickets.
"I would say, 'Buy, buy.' You never know. If it has happened twice to me, it could happen to anyone," Thomas said.
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