We hope that you have all been enjoying each day’s reflection of marriage gratitude.  If you’ve missed a day, that’s ok!  You can find them all on the Marriage Thanksgiving Page or on our Pinterest Board HERE.  Every day thank yous are so important and we encourage you all to share your gratitude throughout the year.  This exercise is meant to be a deep reflective journey to renew the soul of your marriage.  

Reach down deep and find true gratitude, even in the tough seasons.
ESPECIALLY in the tough seasons!

Here is a free printable for you to use to share with your spouse something you’re thankful for.  Play off of one of the days we’ve posted so far or put your own spin on it and try something new.  More to come! Firefighters, knock your spouse’s socks off by printing and writing a small note of gratitude for them.  Trust me, they’ll love it!

To save & print: click on the image below, then right click to save to your device to print or create a digital file.  *The 30 Days of Marriage free printables from 24-7 Commitment are for personal use only and should not be altered in ways that exclude our logos or trademarks.  No commercial use permitted. 


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Looking for MORE?

Find the complete list of 30 Days of Thanksgiving for my Marriage HERE.  If you’re looking for a community of people who honor marriage, encourage each other and uplift relationships, I invite you to check out the 24-7 Commitment Communities.  With memberships beginning at a FREE level of access to our private online communities and resources, you have nothing to lose!  The Fire Wife Sisterhood is for female members who are married to, engaged to or dating a firefighter and our Honor Guard is for male firefighters who honor their marriages and the marriages of their brothers.  All you have to do is visit our Membership Option Page for full details.  

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Jessie -

A small town girl from Southwest Georgia who happens to value your marriage as much as she does her own. She is married to a firefighter who was a volunteer for several years, then transitioned into a career fireman the same month they married in 2008, and he is now a Captain at his full-time Department. They have two daughters, have been in the FFW family since 2012 and know marriage takes a lot of work, even when it's in the best seasons.