I visited Finland in the summer of 2000, and packed along my digital BBT thermometer so I could compile my calendar for my doctor. I woke up in the morning because I had to pee. So, just like every morning, I took my temperature first. My thermometer beeped when it was finished, and my husband rolled over and said, "What are you doing?" I said, "I need to go to the bathroom." He said, "It's 3:00 in the morning!" The sun was shining outside, so I just assumed it was morning. My husband woke up because he thought his travel alarm clock was going off. Hee hee.
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