Good Food Hunting: Foodie Interview with Diane Barber
Thursday, November 14 2013 by janwest
By Kat Wojtylak Horse professionals are leading dual lives. It’s not quite the awesome super heroes we know in movies and television, but more like everyday heroes coming to the rescue in ways that bless the lives of those affected. Take Diane Barber. She’s one of the kindest individuals I’ve had the opportunity to meet and
- Published in What's Happenin'
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