The Harbor Bridge Lighting Ceremony
Pictures from the July 4th parade in Corpus Christi, Texas
Big Frank's daughter Leighann graduates Kindergarten. Perfect attendance the whole year and grand champion of the spelling bee. Yeah, I'm a proud daddy!!
These are the things we think about: "...if I won the $500 million dollars, I'd ___________."
Well, here are some good points IF you do actually win from an article in The Denver Post:
Q: What do I do with the ticket?
A: Before anything else, sign the back. That will stop anyone else from claiming your riches if you happen to drop it while you're jumping up and down. Then make a photocopy and lock that in a safe. At the very least, keep it where you know it's protected. A Rhode Island woman who won a $336 million Powerball jackpot hid the ticket in her Bible before going out to breakfast.
Q: What next?
A: Relax and take time to think about your next move. Don't do anything you'll regret for the next 30 years. It doesn't take long to be overwhelmed by long-lost friends, charities and churches wanting to share your good fortune. You've waited a lifetime to hit the jackpot; you can wait a few days before going on a spending spree.SOURCE: The Denver Post Winning $500 million Mega Millions jackpot can make you a champ, or chump - The Denver Post