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Crap Sign From God

The Joan Zone

At a family reunion out of state, DJ’s service dog alerted to an ear infection. Since DJ gets ear infections like a frat boy in a dare, Duke got a lot of practice honing his skill. Duke is gone over the rainbow bridge now but his perfect legacy of diagnosing ear infections lives on.  However, Duke was a bit quirky. He tossed condescending looks better than any human.  He was all business in his service dog role but every once in awhile he did something nutty. 1913644_1080683317253_408245_n

My husband Steve has a freakish ability to find his way around any town. Even using old school paper maps he rarely got lost. But when he is lost – he is REALLY lost. And he does not cope with it well.  Suddenly, the boys and I are not funny.  We dispute this.  Some of our best zingers are triggered by Steve’s directionally challenged…

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Joan Graves is a freelance writer and columnist for the Winchester Sun and Jessamine Journal. She previously worked as a Community Correspondent for one of Kentucky's largest newspapers, the Lexington Herald-Leader. From there, she moved onto the national stage as an online content provider for Associated Content and Yahoo. Her work was featured in America Life League magazine, Celebrate Life. Selected from a field of 23,000 Joan won honorable mention in the prestigious Writer's Digest Annual Writing Competition. She and her husband, Steve, are parents to five boys, two of whom have special needs. Together they founded P3- Support Group for families impacted by special needs kids. Joan co-founded Stand Up Clark County, a highly successful grassroots citizens group bringing awareness and change to the local school system. Joan is active on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Tumblr, and Linkedin. For more information on her life, writing process and current projects visit her website, www.thejoanzone.com or subscribe to her YouTube channel of the same name.

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