12-9-12 Question of the Day!!
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Do you have a working flashlight beside your bed or close by in case the power goes out in the night?
(I ask this question because our power went out this morning at 4 A.M. and when I reached for the flashlight that was supposed to be in the drawer of my bedside table, I discovered it missing! Dh had taken it and used it out in the garage......)
I don't keep a flashlight beside my bed but I have a very bright flashlight function on my cell phone.
I never notice when the power goes out at night if I am asleep.
I have never woke up in the middle of the night from the power going out. I don't normally wake up for anything all night so the first I am going to notice the power out is when I make my way to the kitchen and see the microwave clock flashing or not on if the power is still out.
I keep candles in a chest in the living room so if the lights go out we can have light. I also keep 3 regular flashlights on my computer desk.
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Yes, there is a small flashlight on DH's nightstand. We have four dogs that sleep in our bedroom, so more than the electricity going out it comes in handy if there is a dog rustling around with something or making a weird noise.