A Mom Who Walks on Water
Surviving & Thriving • 7m 5s
As a teen, Karen Putz lost her hearing while barefoot water skiing. More than 25 years passed, but her desire to get back on her feet kept burning within. So she decided to listen to her heart and pursue her passion.
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