Tom Sorensen and his granddaughter, Charlotte, at the Mall of America in Minneapolis. Tom tried to pick what Charlotte calls him. She said no dice.
Tom Sorensen and his granddaughter, Charlotte, at the Mall of America in Minneapolis. Tom tried to pick what Charlotte calls him. She said no dice. Photo courtesy Tom Sorensen
Tom Sorensen and his granddaughter, Charlotte, at the Mall of America in Minneapolis. Tom tried to pick what Charlotte calls him. She said no dice. Photo courtesy Tom Sorensen
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