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The Story of an Unadoptable Dog

A Hole is to … ?




I dug a hole. 


















































And I really like it.









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We would like to have called this post  “A Hole is to … Dig.”

In a style similar to that of many of Sammy’s blogs.



But that title has already been taken by … 



Writer: Ruth  Krauss.

Illustrator: Maurice Sendak.

And publisher: Harper Collins.



For the wonderful childrens’s book .


A Hole is to Dig. 



And that’s why we couldn’t.






9 Responses to “A Hole is to … ?”

  1. I’m glad you had such fun digging that hole, Sammy. Dogs should be able to dig sometimes, even if they get dirty!! It was nice to see you again last weekend 🙂

    • Thank you Ann!

      Because I agree with you. Digging should be allowed. And I love it so much. I don’t mind what I dig. I dig in the ground. I dig in the sheets on the bed. I dig on car windows. I have to stand up to do that! I dig anywhere I can. The best thing is digging and rolling over at the same time.

      From Sammy

  2. A hole is to make a white dog very, very dirty!!!!
    Are you busy digging so you can have a swimming pool in the back yard??? No more squirrel bones!!!

    • Hi Bonnie!

      You are right.
      I did get very dirty doing my digging.
      But it’s not for a swimming pool.
      Because we just got a new pool.
      It’s blue and its called a wading pool.
      Except me and my Best Friend don’t know what wading is.

      Maybe we can learn that next weekend.

      But you guessed right.
      I have been looking for squirrel bones in my backyard.
      Because I just knew some squirrels were coming there at night.
      I could smell them.
      And they left some walnuts they had been eating for their dinner.

      But you are right abut not eating them too.
      Because my Kind Friend does not want me to eat squirrel bones.
      Except I don’t know why.

      Thank you for coming to visit me!

      From Sammy

  3. Great hole, Sammy. Maybe if I start none at this end we could meet in the middle one day.

    Lots of love


    • Hi Tilly!

      That would be so fun.
      Are you a good digger?
      My Kind Friend says terriers like you are very good at digging holes.
      And she still thinks that maybe I have a little bit of terrier in me.
      So that’s why I like to dig.
      But I don’t know.

      Hope you are all doing well at your house.

      We will come and visit your blog soon.

      Lots of Love from Sammy

  4. Good job Sammy – we are still looking forward to visiting you new home and see your hole!

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