Everyone is talking about the Powerball and Mega Millions jackpots, topping $1 billion and $720,000 respectively. And while Lamonica Foreman didn't win either of those crazy jackpots, she it tickled to win a piece of a Powerball prize.

The 59-year-old from Detroit cashed in on the June 26 Powerball drawing and took home $200,000. Sure, it's not $1 billion, but Foreman's jackpot is nothing to sneeze at.

Foreman tells the Michigan Lottery she had to take a few deep breaths when she got the email saying she'd won.

“I like to play when the jackpot gets up around $250 million,” said Foreman. “I bought my ticket online and had an email the next morning to check my account. When I logged in and saw the amount of the prize, I had to sit back and take a few deep breaths because I just couldn’t believe my eyes!”

Winnings Times Four

Foreman matched four white balls in the Powerball drawing, netting her a $50,000 prize. But thanks to the Power Play, her prize was multiplied to $200,000.

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Foreman tells the lottery she plans to invest her winnings in her retirement.

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