“I know I didn’t win a cruise,” was Shirley’s first reaction. “Then I saw I won a cruise. I’m so lucky,” she exclaimed. When Shirley announced her good fortune, everyone in the store ran over to see her ticket. “I held on to it real tight as everyone was gathering around.”
“We wouldn’t have missed this party,” Melissa said, “not only am I a regular Lottery player but I love the Cruise for Cash scratch-off. I want to win a cruise!” Melissa, a manager at Island Cycles in Ocean City, and Naomi, a US Army honorably discharged disabled veteran from Salisbury, made a pact before coming to the party that they would split any winnings. “I can’t wait to go home and share the good news with my 9 year-old daughter Nevaeh,” Naomi added, “she will be thrilled!”
“Although I haven’t won a cruise yet, I’ve won something even better,” said Jermaine. With that, Mary was called to come forward and the band began playing the classic love song “At Last”. Mary’s tearful reply was a resounding “yes” as Jermaine slipped the ring on her finger.
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