|Barbara Singer is seen here second from the left. (HANDOUT)
Barbara Singer is feeling much better, thank you very much.
Feeling a little under the weather last week, the Victoria, B.C., resident stopped by a convenience store to pick up some ginger ale.
While she was there, Singer also bought a Scratch & Win and Lotto 6/49 ticket.
"I won 25 dollars on my scratch and win," Singer is quoted on the British Columbia Lottery Corporation's (BCLC) site. "I was so excited that I forgot all about my Lotto 6/49 ticket."
She bought lunch the next day with her prize money and remembered to check her 6/49 ticket. That's when she discovered she had become a multi-millionaire.
"I couldn't believe my eyes. I just kept screaming 'I won three freaking million dollars!'"
After checking her numbers, Singer told the site she calmly went back to work for the rest of the afternoon.
"It's all been such a blur. The first thing I want to do is go on a Hawaiian vacation with my family."
BCLC says there may be another lottery winner somewhere in Victoria: a $1 million Lotto Max prize sold in the Victoria area for the January 27 draw still remains unclaimed.