Crisis a Day Club

Written By: JoJoisms - Nov• 04•13

errorDon’tcha just hate it when you discover you’re subscribed to something you never wanted?  This year, every time I downloaded something, it automatically came with Google Chrome.  After a while I’d discover it and uninstall it.  Annoying!

Two months ago, I inadvertently signed up for the Crisis a Day Club.  Last weekend I unsubscribed.

It took a lot of corporate prayer, but a day or so after asking for prayer on Facebook, I found a decrease in the weird, frustrating, techie and mechanical issues I faced on a daily basis.  Thank you to all who were praying for me!

NOTE: Please continue to keep me in prayer, especially as we head into 2014.  I have declared it to be The Year of Faith over at Art of Eloquence and we have been under spiritual attack.  Thank you!

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  1. Carla says:

    Well, if the Crisis-A-Day Club is anything like FB, they’ll reset you. HAH! LOL I just found myself subscribed to a few new groups. I unsubbed from two, one I’ll watch. I so wish people would give you warning! And I love Chrome. I installed Firefox for something and wanted to use it only when I wanted it, but it took over. So now I have to figure out how to NOT make it a default browser when I never did that in the fist place. In fact, when it installed, it asked me did I want to use it as my default browser and I clicked no. 🙁

  2. JoJoisms says:

    Never had the problem with Firefox. Only Chrome. And Chrome doesn’t support rss feeds either. Already had one little crisis. Doing laundry this afternoon, the washing machine lid came crashing down on my head knocking my glasses off my face. THAT weirdness is a first for me. LOL