6 10/01/2012 relationships Self

the magic we have

the winning ticket.jpg

The other day I went to a meeting with about 200 women. There was to be  a draw with raffle tickets given at the door. When I was handed mine I said

“This is the winning ticket right?”
Woman winked and said ‘Yup’
I really felt like winning something that day. It had been a while since I used my magic.
When it came to the moment for the draw I smiled to myself and said the numbers over and over.
I told myself with certainty that I was going to win the prize.
And I did.
I love a little magic
Now to turn that magic onto some more important things…
  • Nancy

    yay Kath!

  • Kath

    Huh! I was at a workshop recently. They gave out at least 10 door prizes, and as they were doing each draw, I didn’t win, didn’t win, and so on. Then when they said, “the next prize is a pair of movie passes”, I said, “I’d like to win that one”.
    And guess what?
    I did!
    Magic indeed.

  • Caitlin

    I won a bunch of stuff from the facebook page of a kids clothing company in the states. A baby bullet, some dresses, a shirt and some other stuff but I never got any of it. I asked and asked about it but never got a straight answer :(

  • Tracey

    Niiiiiiice!!

  • Nancy

    It was a bracelet
    and further belief in my magic!!!!!!!!

  • Sara

    what was the prize!

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