We made ceiling cat and drove our dogs cray cray - Evolved Mommy
Sometimes we like to mess with our dogs. Bichon is french for “useless, except for entertainment value purposes”
So… we got out the pocket projector and decided to make ceiling cat (y’all remember ceiling cat, right?)
I can’t make this stuff up. That’s the ceiling in my kitchen. Ceiling. Cat.
Cotton is the most playful of our three (yes, three) Bichons and this was blowing. his. mind.
Totally creepy, right?!
These two! Peas. in. a. pod.
Okay, so really, it was only entertaining to Cotton. Isaboo (in the back) had no idea anything was happening. Oosha (the fat one in the front) thought we were getting food out of the kitchen – never mind that there’s a FREAKING CAT ON THE CEILING.
Our little projector does have more practical applications. You know, like work presentations (BORING) and home movies on the neighbor’s house.
Our neighbors have a two-story white sided house, so we watched a movie on it. What else would you do? Duh.
See what we did there? It’s like a drive-in movie!
Charlie LOVED watching a movie outside. LOVE IT!
This is a two-story house, so it was just like being at the drive-in but MUCH better quality. I mean, look at that! What the what?
FYI, AT&T provided this handy little projector for us to play with. Here are the details:
Watch movies, present, or share home video and photos in your backyard, boardroom, on the garage door, or even on the ceiling in the bedroom. The possibilities are endless! The lightweight design fits in the palm of your hand but projects a 60″ 16:9 image at 9 feet from the wall, or 50″ 16:9 image at 7 feet from the wall. The 85-lumen LED PICO projector is powered by Texas Instruments DLP technology with up to 1080p resolution and 1.5 hour viewing time on a 3800 mAh battery. The battery provides juice to charge your phone if you’re not watching a movie. Easily connect your iOS, Android, or Laptop via the HDMI Type A port. Box and packaging are all made from recycled material.