A Riddle

It’s Sunday.  Let’s talk about sin.  (Guffaw.  Guffaw.)  Please identify the answer to this simple riddle.

Black sin.

White sin. 

Sweet sin.

Why do I always give in?

Give it a shot.  What is this “sin?”

What excuse do you have for “always giving in?”

Keep it clean.  My kids read this blog sometimes.  Anyhow, it’s Sunday too.

~~Terri

17 thoughts on “A Riddle

      1. The Vanilla Housewife

        Never tried giving up, cut down to 1 cup while preggers but dosage went back up when I was no longer bf-ing 🙂
        It’s my wonder pill. Can’t stay awake without it, can’t fall asleep without it. 🙂

    1. thehomeschoolingdoctor Post author

      You’d be pretty darn close. :-). Do you drink tea? For me it’s coffee, which I gave up until these latest colder days and less sleep nights. Then in about January, the cups start escalating. Ugh.

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      1. thehomeschoolingdoctor Post author

        I go to bed looking forward to my cup of coffee. Sigh. Oh well. I do like tea, just not as well. I like Lady Grey tea with bergamot. Yum. Do you add cream (white) and sugar (sweet)?

      2. mommytrainingwheels

        I usually drink my tea black (or green, or white… :P). Though I do usually add some almond milk to my earl grey once and some teas get a little splash of agave nectar if it takes my fancy. It depends on the kind of tea, I like to try new kinds.

    1. thehomeschoolingdoctor Post author

      Oh my goodness! It was coffee (cream and sugar). But it applies to chocolate too (how they take chocolate, add some milk, and add some sugar–so good). You’re brilliant–reading into my brain what even I don’t–chocolate and coffee. I’ve been cutting out chocolate lately as my little one has been fussy on days I eat it maybe. So, yeah, it probably is coffee AND chocolate.

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    1. thehomeschoolingdoctor Post author

      I know! Vacation always does that to me! Or when people visit me. It just feels right to sip coffee. I don’t know if it’s worth the battle for me or not to give it up again. I do okay on it, but I think, well, what about a year from now. What are the consequences? Maybe none or maybe some. Then, I give up so much, it’s like, “Surely I deserve this one fun thing.”

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