Hey Yall! Hope everyone is having a nice day. Today, I am going to show you how to make a Woodland Holiday Decor for your home that is affordable and quite stunning. Woodland creatures are trending this holiday season! You can find owls, squirrels, birds, deer, and many other animals on everything from ornaments to clothing. I hope you enjoy making my woodlantd holiday decor creation. This is an original idea so I just ask that if you do share this on social media, please link it back to me. Thank you and have a wonderful holiday season!
Woodland Holiday Decor
Sparkly flat Deer (or other Christmas Decor that can fit in shadow box)
Background (I used a gift bag but also scrap book or wrapping paper could be used)
Double sided tape
I originally got my shadow box from a thrift store. It had an old Christmas picture in it and was full of bells. I thought it looked charming but it needed some work. The person that had it before went a little bell crazy haha. I saved all the bells and took the backing off. To make my woodland holiday decor I had to add some extra things to this frame. You of course can find a shadow box at your local Michaels or craft store.
Once my shadowbox was taken apart, I used a gift bag to as my new back ground. I just placed the bag on the top of the frame and used it as a stencil to cut a square out of a bag that would fit in the shadow box. The next step is to use a piece of double sided tape for each gift bag corner to stick the background to the backing of the shadowbox. If you do not have double sided tape, I am sure a drop of hot glue on each corner would work too. I then hot glued my deer to the back ground. I had to cut his legs down a little bit so that he would fit in the frame. Before putting the frame backing back in the shadow box, I added some mini pine cones. I purchased mine at Big Lots but you can also pick some up at the Dollar Tree.
After closing the backing up, your Woodland Holiday Decor should be complete and ready to be displayed. For a more in depth look at my Woodland Holiday Decor please check out my YouTube channel, Jenny Laura, below. I hope you enjoyed this craft and thank you for visiting!
Hey Yall. So I am having a really dark day today. One of those days where it is raining and my heart hurts. The kind of day where nothing makes sense and I struggle to care anymore. In counseling, I’m supposed to come up with things that I am good at in my life. All I can think of is this giant list of things I’ve failed at, moments I have missed, and tears I have cried. Somehow, I think if I turn that in the assignment has been failed. It is hard to think “positively” when you hate that word and all that is associated with it. Happy people make me want to drink until I do not know what universe I am in. I fucking hate people that have their life, their perfect grass, and their families together. Their phones ring with people at the other end that want to talk to them. People that care and are full of love. Why can’t I call heaven? I’m thinking of buying a fake phone and just pretend to call people. I’m so lonely in this world full of insignificant people. People that walk through you, laugh at you, use you, and ultimately leave you. I don’t just despise where I live, I despise life. Is it depression or reality talking? Not long ago, there was ANOTHER shooting at a church in Texas. There is no where safe to go to find peace anymore. No one trusts the person behind them to catch them if the fall. Whatever it is, this life breaks my heart.
Hey Yall! I made an amazing slow cooker spinach lasagna recipe that I hope you will enjoy! The ingredients are affordable and the process is easy. This recipe came from 12 Tomatoes and can be found here. I cooked my slow cooker vegetarian lasagna on low for 4.5 hours and it turned out perfect.
As you can see from the above picture, I had a buggy full of ingredients earlier today. What was needed to make this spinach lasagna recipe was:
2 packages frozen spinach
2 cups of Italian cheese blend, grated
3/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese plus extra for garnish
2 Jars of Alfredo Sauce
1 package of lasagna noodles
The spinach lasagna recipe is located in the link above. I would highly recommend checking it out as it was so yummy! I also purchased Five Cheese Texas Toast which is super simple. You just spray a cookie sheet with some Pam or put down parchment paper to keep the toast from sticking. You then bake the toast at 425 for 20 minutes.
When your spinach lasagna recipe is done, it should look similar to the above picture. I love the crock pot because you can leave your ingredients in there and come back to a full cooked meal! My boyfriend and I both enjoyed this for dinner and said we would make it again. the next time we may try adding a few more things to it to experiment. Over all though, This was really yummy. I would highly recommend. Also, if you are a Vegetarian, this is a great lunch or dinner option for you! Have a wonderful night.
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Hey Yall! I want to teach yall how to make woodland creature ornaments ! There are few things cuter than woodland creatures, don’t you agree? They are found in decor for all different holidays at stores like Michaels. Today, I actually was at Michaels and became inspired to make a few woodland creature ornaments when I found some little wooden frames. Below are the things that I used for my craft.
The key with making ornaments is to just get creative. You can use ANY kind of scrap book paper that you want. I chose to use a red and green sparkly paper for my woodland creature ornaments. I also used a sheet of woodland creatures to cut out for the center of my ornament. Besides the paper I also had 2 wooden frames, hot glue gun, glue sticks, gold paint, sponge brush, scissors (I ended up using much smaller scissors to cut out animals) and a little dish for paint.
Using your sponge brush, give your frames a coat with your paint. You can use any color paint but I chose gold. After letting my frames dry for a few minutes I gave them a second coat of paint. It did not take long for each coat to dry. I would say from 10-15 mins! As you are waiting for your frames to dry you can cut out your little woodland creatures. I started with larger scissors but quickly realized for precision sake, I needed small scissors. All I had were finger nail scissors so I made it work!
Once your frames have dried you can start by turning them over onto the back of your scrapbook paper. I chose to use the back of my paper because the front was very sparkly and hard to trace on. You may not have too though if you have a print that is not sparkly. I traced the opening on my frame with a pencil and then cut the shape out. I cut the shape a little wider than the tracing so that it would overlap on the frame and I would have some paper to glue down.
Once you have traced your shapes and cup your paper, the next step is to hot glue the paper onto the frames. Make sure the front of the image that you want to show through your frame is facing forward. As opposed to hot gluing the paper I decided to hot glue four dots onto the back of the frame. One dot per side. Then I pressed the paper onto the frame. Once the glue dries you will be able to hot glue on your woodland creatures to the center of your paper. Be careful to not burn yourself as these animals are quite small. You should now have ornaments that look like this:
I added a red ribbon by threading it through the openings on the ornaments. I think it really added a nice touch. I hot glued the top of the ribbon together to make a loop. I hope that you enjoyed making woodland creature ornaments with me! This woodland creature ornament craft is an original idea. You are more than welcome to share on any social media platform. Please link your post back to craftsandcamera.com. Look forward to seeing yall again soon with more DIYs !
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Hey Yall! I have a healthy and delicious pumpkin pup pops recipe ! I Your dogs are going to absolutely love it and the good news is that it is easy to make. My dogs licked their lips as I mixed together the ingredients to this recipe for them. This recipe is from the BitzNGiggles blog which I encourage you to visit! The pictures below show you how the recipe turned out and how to make it. Enjoy and be sure to check out my YouTube video below if you would like to see my pups, Charlie and Daisy, up close as I make the recipe.
What you need to make pumpkin pup pops:
1 can 100% Pure Pumpkin
1/2 cup natural peanut butter (I used creamy)
1 cup Plain Yogurt
12 paper cups
12 rawhide sticks
I personally doubled everything as I ended up getting too much yogurt and pumpkin! I am sure my dogs are not going to complain haha.
How to make the pumpkin pup pops:
I used very basic supplies to mix these ingredients together. It’s my goal to make things extremely simple, as I am pro things being EASY. All you need to do is get a bowl and a spoon or spatula. Mix together your yogurt, pumpkin, and peanut butter. You can use hand beaters I assume but it was so easy without them that I did not do that. The texture of your mixture should be pretty thick and smooth. This is good because it will help your raw hide sticks stand up in your paper cups.
Once you have mixed all your ingredients together take a smaller spoon and put about three spoonfuls into each paper cup. I filled up my paper cups to the top because I had so much pumpkin mixture (I did double the recipe though). This is the point where your dogs are literally going to be begging you to give them a taste!
As you fill up your paper cups with mixtures, place a raw hide stick in each one. It helps to have a baking sheet to directly put the cups into. This will assist you when you carry your popsicles to the freezer, as they will not fall over in the tray. Based off observation, I do think it takes a while for these popsicles to freeze and be ready for your pups. My pops have been in the freezer for a while now and they are still a bit soft. My recommendation is to freeze your pumpkin pup popsicles over night.
I can’t wait to see how my dogs enjoy them tomorrow!They got a taste of the batter as I was preparing their pops and they LOVED it! If this is a success I will try baking them some cookies next. It is nice to make your dogs and cats treats because it lets you know exactly what is their food. Please click my YouTube video below to watch me actually make these pumpkin pup pops! I hope you and your pups enjoy! I did try the batter myself and found it to be pretty good!! Have a wonderful night and thank you for stopping by.
Hey Yall! Hope everyone is having a great day! I found some great October Dollar Tree Finds today that I wanted to share with you. I absolutely love how the Dollar Tree is using dogs in their Christmas bags and notebooks. Some of the cutest notebooks I have ever seen are located below. I am going to go back tomorrow and pick up several! The thing about finding cute items like this is that they sell out and sometimes do not re stock. You almost have to buy things when you see them. I just wish they put the Christmas decor out a little closer to the actual holiday.
They also had a lot of mini Christmas tree items like ornaments, a tree skirt, star, etc. Along with decorations, they were selling mini Christmas Trees. I did not get one because I actually have a small green one that I am going to try and use. I may pick up a white Christmas Tree though when I go back to have as back up. I have just noticed everyone hauling these and I just kind of like to do something different. If you need floral, the Dollar Tree has some beautiful Christmas Floral. I almost picked up some today but was trying to not go over board.
You can find some very cute note pads as well to put on your fridge. Below is a picture of the cutest one that I saw. There were four different designs in total though. I like to use these note pads to write down grocery lists. Something about them being right on the fridge allows me to always find them. If something does not have a magnet on the back it for some reason disappears in our house.
Before I went shopping for my October Dollar Tree Finds I recorded two friend mail videos. I had so much friend mail from before I had my wisdom teeth surgery till now that I had to make two thirty minute videos! I have SO many stickers, stationary, Washi tapes, etc that I do not know what to do with everything. People from my YouTube channel have been very kind and supportive. I never realized how many people I would reach by making haul videos and book reviews. ♥ If you are interested in watching my friend mail videos I will post the links below for you:
Two other October Dollar Tree Finds that I really liked were the scarfs and the coffee cups. They looked like they had just put both out! I will tell you from experience that the scarfs GO so if you want a scarf be sure to grab it when you see it 😉 I almost did not get one but ended up picking up the snow flake and the snow man one for me. They had four designs total. I also picked up two scarfs for a potential later give away ……shhhh. Also, for you coffee lovers they had some adorable cups. My favorite one is the truck below. As cute as it is, I have so many coffee mugs that I did not pick it up. I may change my mind on that though just due to the fact that there is a red truck on the cup!!! I am willing to bet that one will sell out as well.
I also stopped by the thrift store today and found this amazing pillow that I have to share with you!! NOT that I need any more pillows but I have learned that the best pillows to get are the ones with the zip covers so that if you need to store the pillow covers all you have to do is fold them up. This dog pillow was in such great shape that it literally did not look used. That is the kind of thing I prefer to buy from a thrift store. I do not mind things that are old, sometimes broken, or rusted if they are antique collectibles. Pillows on the other hand are another story. 🙂 This dog is called a Weimaraner . ♥
Hope you enjoyed my October Dollar Tree Finds! If these items are not at your store yet then definitely check back. My store seems to get things absolutely last. It helps to watch haul videos though because it lets me know what to look for in my store. Hope you have a wonderful night and look forward to posting again soon! Take Care ♥
Hey Yall! I’ve discovered some cute October Dollar Tree Finds that I wanted to share with you! There are a lot of Halloween items at the store along with Christmas things. It is only October so it is really hard to get motivated for Christmas. With that being said, sometimes you have to buy things ahead in order to get them. I’ve yet to do a Christmas haul but am sure that I will do one in the future. Today, my focus was more on buying some after surgery snacks, washi tape, and a few pencil sharpeners for girls that I write too. Hope you enjoy the pictures below. I must say that the little brooms were SO adorable. I highly recommend going out to see what you can find at your Dollar Tree!
Below are some other October Dollar Tree finds that I came across while in the store. I especially liked the Halloween solar lights. I may go back and get a few of the skull ones to put along our walk way. If anyone has tried the Dollar Tree solar lights please let me know how they are. For some reason the ones I have gotten from places like Lowes always seem to fall apart.
There are a few non Halloween items that I took a picture of as well below. I did end up getting an owl pencil sharpener and a cupcake one. I also grabbed several rolls of Washi tape. The patterns I chose were the ducks, cupcakes, and blue/white print. The little tractors were very cute too but I just did not see myself using that one. For those that send friend mail, Washi tape is a very popular item to send! I always try to grab a few extra rolls of the same pattern so that I can have one and I can send one too.
I hope that everyone enjoyed this October Dollar Tree Finds! If you would like to watch the YouTube video on my haul it is posted below. Hope that everyone has a good night. If you find anything you would like to share with me, you are more than welcome to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org . Also, I always love comments so feel free to leave me one and I will be sure to get back to you ! Take Care.
Hey Yall! This post is my wisdom teeth removal update ♥. I can say that this past week has been anything but fun. All of the bad side effects I have been having though are medication related. I’m sure not everyone would have such a hard time but I have always had a difficult time stomaching medication (especially strong pills). I was originally on Ibuprofen 800 mg, Percocet, Zofran, and Benadryl.
My first awful side effect was feeling extremely itchy. After going off of one of my initial anti biotics I continued to feel itchy but also nauseous as well. As disgusting as this sounds, I spent a large portion of the day trying to keep food down. After calling the oral surgeons office I was told to go off of the Zofran to see if that helped (which it did not). We called back and they said to go off of the Percocet. Later that night I finally started feeling less nauseous but extremely painful. This led to a follow up appointment this morning to see if I could take anything else with my 800 mg Ibuprofen.
Everything about this morning was OUCH. I have realized why babies pull at their ears when their teeth are coming it and will have way more sympathy for them after this experience. It felt like pain was radiating from my ears but it was actually where they pulled my teeth at the back of my jaw. Jeremy made me an ice pack and put a wash cloth around it. He truly has been great with helping me. In moments of high stress he can be extremely strong, in a way that always impresses me. You can see his hand behind me as I hold the ice to my mouth in this picture.
After I was seen I was put on Hydro codeine to be rotated with the Ibuprofen every 6 hours. So far, thank goodness, I have been able to keep this medication down. They put be back on Zofran to take 20 minutes before the Hydro codeine to help with nausea. We went to CVS to get my meds and I walked around looking at all the very over priced items. They did have som really cute stuffed animals though that I took pictures of. I am glad I did not have money because I just may have come home with an over sized soft stuffed animal that I have no where to put.
On the way home I picked up some more egg drop soup and some skinny noodles with vegetables from the Chinese restaurant. It took effort to eat half of them and was painful to rinse them out of my gums. I know, GROSS. You have to rinse your gums though or you will get an infection. When I got home I just lay in the arm chair chilling with Daisy while waiting for my meds to kick in. It took several hours for anything to happen.
My friend, Jordan, got to hear my wisdom teeth removal update last night. She highly recommended a crime series on Netflix so I watched several murder shows before I got any relief. I am unsure why in the world true crime is comforting but I have always found it fascinating. How investigators use evidence to track a criminal and figure out what happened is crazy ! Especially the use of luminol. If there is not blood present to the eye one can spray luminol over an area. If there is blood it will light up. The better technology gets the less likely people are able to get away with anything, as it should be.
I will end with my wisdom teeth removal update with this picture of these cute mini Halloween beanies. I did not buy any of these things because we are trying REALLY hard to not spend any money right now on anything other than food. We are both job hunting and have a lot of bills. It is very overwhelming. -_- I know though when something does not work out it is because it was not meant too. Hope everyone is having a good night. Thank you for all the support and love. ♥
Hey Yall! I hope everyone is doing well! Today we are going to learn how to make a Halloween Zen Garden. I made this craft before surgery and wanted to bring you a quick DIY on how to make this for your desk or Halloween decor. I got this idea from seeing a few different videos on YouTube. They had videos on making holiday zen gardens and just regular zen gardens. I did not come across a Halloween one though (not saying that there is not one out there). I thought how cool it would be to make a Halloween Zen Garden so I came up with the idea of hwo to make a very affordable and easy Halloween Zen Garden ALL from the Dollar Tree!
Here is what you will need:
Sand (I got 1 pack of white and 1 pack of black)
Small Box (Mine was a coffin Dollar Tree Box)
Skull Solar Dancing Skeleton (or other Halloween deco! You can get creative)
Bats (or other small decor to glue on your box or put in your sand
Halloween Colorful Bone Necklaces (3 come in a pack at the Dollar Tree)
Glue Gun & Glue sticks
It is VERY simple to make this. The first thing I did was cut with scissors the top off of my coffin Halloween box so that I had room to pour the sand. You can leave the top on if you want to but mine just got in the way.
You could also use the paper lid of a photo box, a plastic container, the back of a picture frame if it is deep enough, etc. Make sure backing of picture frame is very secured if you choose to use one. After cutting the top off of my box I went on to pour in both the white and black sand. I would do 1/2 of each back but just measure it by eye balling. It depends on how deep your box is.
Now comes the fun part! You get to put things down in your sand. I first placed my skeleton solar toy in the sand towards the top of the box. It fit really well and just really added to this craft. With the bone necklaces, I cut them up and dropped the shiny bones into the sand. You will have plenty left over! I did make a cut on both sides of each bone. Surprisingly, cutting the necklace one time did not cause all the bones to slide off the string like expected.
Finally, I placed the little orange cupcake toppers that I got at the Dollar Tree into the sand. These are cute as decor but also great to use as a little broom to move your sand back and forth. The point of a Zen garden is to lower stress which lets admit, we could all use less of right? Below is a video from my You Tube Channel That will show you a more up close look at the final product. I hope you enjoyed this craft. You are more than welcome to leave comments on my YouTube channel. I would love to see you there. ♥ Have a wonderful day yall and thank you for ALL the support I have gotten from my surgery. I truly do appreciate it.
Hey Yall! I wanted to let everyone know what it was like to have my wisdom teeth removed. I wanted to give you a bit of a walk through in case you need to get yours removed as far as what to expect. First and foremost, I feel this surgery went really well. If you are the type of person that often has a hard time with recovery I would mention this to your surgeon. The place I went to said in cases like that they will pre med you the day before your surgery, which I was. I am SURE that this helps with the pain level that I could be experiencing right now.
BEFORE going to your surgical appointment, I would highly recommend doing a few things at home. Any errands that need to be run, make sure they are done the day before surgery at the latest. You will be on meds and it is never a good idea to operate a vehicle when highly medicated. Always as your doctor. Set out your clothes you will be wearing for the surgery, as you will be getting up most likely quite early. Wear something comfortable and warm (not like a coat unless it is truly cold outside but you kwim). I wore a comfortable baggy shirt, yoga pants, and flip flops. Looking back, I would have warn thick pajama pants or work out pants due to getting chilly. Make sure all snacks/food/drinks are stocked in fridge before your surgery. This will cut back on a lot of stress when you are out of surgery just knowing you have things already at home. Everyone’s surgical instructions are different so please do not go off what mine said. But, I was given a sheet that explained how to prepare for my surgery. They wanted you to stop eating 9 hours I believe before the surgery which was easy as I stopped at 10 PMish and my surgery was at 9 AM. Make sure the person taking you to an appointment also reads this copy of after surgery instructions, as they will be the one to remember them the most 😉 . Buy a pack or two of gauze at your house as you are going to need this for bleeding afterwords. I left the dentist with only the gauze in my mouth and I can assure you, you will probably need more. Also, you need a syringe you can put salt water solution into. My surgeon did not give me this. Thankfully, when I went to the dentist they did give me one and I had that ready to go in the bathroom for the day after surgery. You will need to gently spray out the sites where your teeth were pulled so that food does not get stuck down in that area.
(me trying to feel my face…. attractive moments right here. The white stuff in my mouth is gauze.)
You can look up many videos on YouTube about what to eat after a wisdom tooth removal. My personal experience is not wanting to eat ANYTHING for hours after my surgery. This is not due to pain but to numbness in my case. Half of my mouth was so numb I could not feel it and my lips had a weird huge sensation even though I could have literally stuck a fork in them and not felt it. It was ODD but I tell you, those drugs were STRONG. I massaged my face (especially lips) with my hands and for some reason this helped over time for the feeling to come back. Tonight, I did eat a Vanilla Chik Fil A Milk Shake followed by some Mashed potatoes for dinner. If you are nauseous or don’t feel comfortable eating then I would try to just drink some liquid. Your mouth is going to feel as dry as a desert! Don’t push yourself though if you feel that you can’t or that you may choke.
When you arrive for your surgery, make absolute sure that you bring someone with you that can stay the entire time. It is not a long surgery. I think at most it can take 1 hour but when I asked the nurse she said the actual time you are under is 30 minutes (the extra is getting an IV and prepped for surgery). This person needs to not only stay but be available for the nurses to go over your after surgery needs and know where to go to pick up your medication, as you will be quite out of it after surgery. My boyfriend has been the one to hand meds all night. There is no way I could keep up with what is needed! When I was called back they went over what I had taken med wise, when the last time I ate was, and made sure I had someone that was staying with me in the lobby.
Love him! I cannot explain all the things that he has been with me through and lobbies he has waited in. He also is the only reason I was able to get this surgery done today. Though I fuss at him, he is a truly amazing boyfriend and provider. I do hope he reads this and knows that I feel that way every day. The nurses also allowed me to ask any questions I had about the surgery before they put the IV in me. ANY questions you have, now is a good time to ask. ALSO BIG TIP is that BEFORE they put the IV in, ask if they can give you a blanket. IV’s make you cold due to the fluid going into your body. If you are not cold then you can always throw it off. I originally forgot to ask for an IV and felt quite shaky for a while when they left the room. Thankfully, they provided me with a very warm fuzzy blanket when they came back into the room. This is what my IV site looked like after it was taken out:
The IV was what they put in me after I got done asking questions. This was just to give me fluids before the doctor came in and gave me the “good drugs.” The IV is never a fast thing for me because I have small veins. The nurse had to try twice but I stayed very calm. The last thing you want is for your nurse to get anxiety when she is putting a needle in you! When that was in the two nurses left the room. It took a hot minute for the doctor to come in but that may have been because I needed to get fluids for a little white. Again, please remember to ask for the BLANKET whether you are cold or not.
Falling asleep was quite fast. I remember the doctor asking his nurses what they were listening to on the radio. They mentioned that they would turn it for him. I suggested country as that is truly the best music ever in my opinion. He did not look so thrilled ha! Personality wise I did not connect with this doctor based off recommendation, he was great at wisdom teeth removal. ♥ I think he did a really great job with my mouth and I am pleased with the results. The surgery was fast and I woke up in no pain. I am still not in any pain. I do feel that tomorrow I may be achy but that is to be expected. I had to sit for a minute to wait for my heart rate to go down. Jeremy went to get the car and very quickly I was transferred from sitting and into the car. Gauze was already in my mouth when I woke up which I will prepare you is not the best sensation. Keep it there though until you need to change it out. I feel like I changed mine every 30 minutes at first but that it did slow down. I no longer am bleeding nor do I need any gauze in my mouth. I was legitimately prepared for the absolute worst and so far have been positively surprised!
Though the pictures above are not of my best moments…. I do want to show realistic pictures. The second picture looks like I am a walrus that just lost a tusk ha! Despite the fact that I was exhausted I really was not in any pain shockingly . I will say that some of the meds I was put on made me quite itchy. Benadryl is a good option (always ask your doctor though) if you feel you are having an allergic reaction. Because I was on so many meds, I was not exactly sure what the itching was from so I did stay on daily Benadryl. Hopefully that will not happen to you but just wanted to throw that out there ♥
I hope that this blog post was helpful and took some fear away from what you previously thought about getting your wisdom teeth removed. Remind yourself that this is a FAST surgery. Your surgeon may give you gas. Not all do the IV but I was thankful mine did. This is a GOOD question to ask your surgeon, especially if you have high anxiety like me and need to understand how things are done. I have heard from people that had gas, gas and IV, and just IV. From everything I gather, you will not remember a thing about your surgery. Now if you get them out in boot camp OR are thinking about going into the military PLEASE get them out before then. The comfort level you will have is much different in that scenario I can assure you.
Here is a quick funny video of me right after surgery. Hope it makes you laugh. Though I enjoy watching after surgery videos, they are sometimes best to watch AFTER your surgery is done. They could up your anxiety and cause you to think that is going to happen to you. Not everyone has a major reaction to anesthesia which honestly are what the best videos on YouTube are made up of. It can just give you the wrong impression. Some people talk a lot, others sleep a lot, and some people are completely normal. I can definitely tell I was drugged up but I did not say anything majorly crazy ha! Take Care and have a great night!