You can’t buy Happiness but you marry a Saskatchewan woman And that’s kind of the same thing shirt, lady v-neck, hoodie
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Ash is 99/1 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
You can’t buy Happiness but you marry a Saskatchewan woman And that’s kind of the same thing shirt is available. A child of the Canadian prairie, Joan Mitchell Griswold was born August 5, 1932 in Regina, Saskatchewan but spent her formative early years on a farm in the Peace River Country on the outskirts of Grande Prairie, a tiny town in Alberta — where she remembered winters traveling across the snow to a one-room schoolhouse while snuggling in a bear-skin rug next to her grandfather on his horse drawn sleigh, and summers when distant smoke from the fires of still-nomadic Cree people could occasionally be seen from her front porch.
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On a lark, Joan Mitchell joined a friend on a train trip to San Diego, where she met another child of the prairie and the love of her life, an Iowa farm boy named Jac Griswold. Following a short correspondence courtship, they married in 1955, lived briefly in Boston, then settled down in San Diego, where their three sons were born. A teacher by avocation as well as vocation, Joan used countless zoo and beach visits to instill in her boys the delight of exploration and discovery, while summer weekdays often found neighborhood kids sitting in the backyard listening to Mrs. Griswold read storybooks aloud, complete with funny voices for all the characters.
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Joan continued teaching when the family moved in 1967 to Saint Louis, where her life-long love of theatre deepened. A woman of deep faith, Joan served as a lay minister – and advisor to other lay ministers – in her church; she blessed all with her beautiful, bright smile; and she comforted her family, often by playing hymns on her little spinet in the family living room. After Joan retired in 1994, she volunteered at a local hands-on children’s museum, served as a docent at the Saint Louis Art Museum, and — with her beloved life-partner Jac — traveled to see their grandchildren and to explore different cultures with ElderHostel. Remember that’s You can’t buy Happiness but you marry a Saskatchewan woman that’s the same shirt. Thank you!