A Florida woman's luck turned around in the most unexpected way when she won the lottery right after her daughter's successful battle with breast cancer. Geraldine Gimblet from Lakeland had been supporting her daughter Lawrencina Jackson's cancer treatment using her life savings. But on the day Jackson completed her final treatment, Gimblet bought a $10 lottery ticket that turned out to be worth $2 million. Gimblet, a long-time lottery player, was in disbelief when she found out about her big win. "I just didn't know. I was like, 'Are you sure, would you check this on your phone?' And, I won," she told "Good Morning America." She even carries scratch-off tickets in her pockets every day. When Jackson heard the news, she was overjoyed and called it a "blessing." Gimblet claimed her prize at the lottery headquarters in Tallahassee last week, with her daughter and granddaughter by her side. Using her life savings to help pay for her daughter's cancer treatment came naturally to Gimblet, who said, "I really didn't think about it. I just did what I had to do." For Jackson, her mother's support was a reflection of a mother's love, and she was grateful beyond words. Gimblet opted for a one-time lump-sum payment, which amounted to just over $1.6 million. She plans to use her newfound fortune to treat her family to a well-deserved vacation and perhaps upgrade her wardrobe. The story of Gimblet's unexpected windfall is a reminder that life can take unexpected turns, but sometimes they can lead to moments of joy and happiness. So, don't give up on your dreams, because you never know what the future holds. Who knows, maybe your luck is just around the corner, waiting for you to claim it!