I've always wondered what it would be like to be a millionaire. I can only imagine what it would be like to walk onto a car lot and drive off in my dream car...after paying cash. Who hasn't thought about living in a home straight out of a magazine...or taking a vacation, and sparing no expenses?

Well for ten minutes last week, I'm sure all of those thoughts and more went through a Boston woman's head. Ellen Fleming told The Boston Globe a case of mistaken identity made her a millionaire at 1:50 p.m. on Wednesday, after someone accidentally transferred the money to her TD Ameritrade account. But as quickly as it arrived, the cash disappeared. By 2 p.m. Ellen's account was back to it's previous balance...$63.

The Boston Globe says Ellen flirted with the thought of keeping quiet about the money. But then, her conscience kicked in. So after talking it over with her mom, she called Ameritrade and told them something didn't seem right. As it turned out, the money was meant to go into the account of an Ellen Fleming who lived in Florida.

Thankfully the Boston Ellen Fleming has a sense of humor about the mix-up. She tweeted,  “Please make sure that in my obituary, I am referred to as ‘One-time millionaire, Ellen Fleming."