Craig Of The Creek Pilot Now On The Cartoon Network App!
Craig is a 10-year-old boy who spends his afternoons playing in the wooded stretch of suburban wilderness known as the Creek. When he loses his beloved staff down a storm drain, Craig must journey with his best friends Kelsey and JP to find the entrance to the sewers hidden in the Creek and get it back.”
“I broke. Plain and simple. I. Broke. I sat in a park in Geneva, surrounded by thousands of people, young and old, celebrating their beautiful day off, and I felt more alone than I ever had in my life. All my pain, all my self-doubt, all my insecurities, came to my head. I hated myself. I hated that I hadn’t taken the time to look on a calendar or call ahead, or at least make a plan in some way that could have solved this issue. I hated myself for assuming that of course the museums would be open when I was there. I hated that my friends were eastbound to Rome and my wife was westbound to home and I was in a foreign place with no one to be there for, and no one to be there for me. Though my rational brain was telling me everything was fine and everything would be fine, I couldn’t get past the feeling that I wanted to be anywhere but where I was, that I wanted to be anybody but me”
Jared Padalecki in “Family Don’t End With Blood”
For the last day of #JaredTime, I’ve chosen to share this from Jared’s chapter in Fangasm book FDEWB in parallel with what he said at Minncon 2017 (about fighting depression). Because it has touched me, a lot. I could relate, a lot. It takes a lot of courage to admit that you’re not fine, a lot of courage to admit that you need help. And I thank Jared for sharing this with us.