If you bought a Lotto 47 ticket, you better check it because you could be Michigan's next millionaire.

Wouldn't it be great to check your numbers and all six line up with the winning ticket? The feeling would have to be incredible. I would hope my heart could take it so I wouldn't have to spend all the money on a heart doctor. Lol.

According to WOOD and the Michigan Lottery, a lucky Michigander who purchased their Lotto 47 ticket via online, turned $1 into $1.2 million for Wednesday night's jackpot. So if you buy your tickets online, you better check to see if your numbers match.

If you are wondering just what those Wednesday night Lotto 47 numbers were, they were 5, 6, 11, 36, 40 and 47. Hey, these are the kind of numbers I would pick...I better get online and try my hand at this.

This is not the first time an online lottery player has won in the mitten state. Last nights winner is the second. The first online winner was a Wayne County resident who won $2.5 million back in December. Even after taxes, you can do a lot with what's left of $2.5 million.

I know what I would do, when I went to the bank to deposit the check, I would have the teller pay off my house then just sit on the rest until my hands stopped shaking.

It wasn't that long ago the another Lotto 47 jackpot winner from Houghton Lake scored $18.4 million a few weeks ago on July 31.

I think $18.4 million would be enough to say...to hell with it...I retire. Lol.

So if you have last nights winning numbers, you have one year from the date of the drawing to claim your prize. Just remember you do have to set up an appointment with the Michigan Lottery offices in Lansing. Here is the phone number in case you have the lucky numbers, 517-373-1237.

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