"I've got to find him and thank him", Weirsky said, adding, "I am going to give him something, but I am going to keep that private".
She said that, although she's still paying him spousal support, she has no plans to go after any of the $163 million lump sum he'll soon be getting.
On Sunday night during a snow storm, Weirsky got around to checking his numbers - and realized he was holding the winning ticket.
Speaking with New York Post, she said, "He's not appealing to me all of a sudden because he has this money". How long did I work?
After looking for three hours, he concluded it was "just another thing [he'd] lost", but ultimately made a decision to return to the store, he told reporters on Thursday.
According to Eileen, she has standards and he is now now anymore attractive to her now than he was without the cold currency.
She said she won't be trying to get a portion of the lottery winnings.
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She further states she wished him well and hopes he does the right thing. He may start a business, he said, or work part time helping a friend who works as a handyman.
Then, he said he was distracted by his cellphone - and left the tickets behind.
Weirsky says he was a "bum" before and after high school, so maybe he'll be a "beach bum" now.
But Weirsky, who said he spends $20 a week on quick-pick lottery tickets, said he did not realize he had the winning ticket until two days later, as a snowstorm swirled outside. "I put the tickets down".
Before the drawing, he says he looked for hours for the tickets at home, then returned to the store to see if they had them. "Put my money away and [there was] something with my phone ... and just walked away".
"I'm looking for the guy that handed them in", Weirsky told the Mail. "I'm gonna give him something". He said the first thing he's going to is buy a new pickup truck.
Then if he gets permission to "go insane", he plans on taking his family on vacation. "I try to take that with me everywhere I go".