"I keep my same numbers," Miller said. "I never switch them up."
The numbers earned Miller a $2 million prize in the April 4 drawing.
"I woke up in the morning around 6 and looked, and I was crying," Miller said. "I said, 'No, this can't be real.' I kept checking it and checking it and checking it."
She said the lucky digits previously earned her a $50,000 jackpot in a 2017 drawing.
The winner said her plans for the money include buying her son a car.
"I'm gonna buy my family a house and pay all my bills off," she said.