Something is not right here. Are there any parallel precedents? Are we to make Canons for all good things which just happen to occur to us?
No. I haven't come across a Canon for Finding Money in the Dryer.
After spreading his arms like a cross, Moses led Israel across the sea as on dry land to return to what was once promised to them. Let us, again, call upon our God.
Upon encountering that precious vessel wherein our raiment is dried again and made anew, remember the Lord and His words: "Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you." Recalling this His promise, draw near with no small fear and faith, spurning the man that buried his talent, and seek out your own, that it may be multiplied.