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Study: Horses Recognize Human Emotions

By Sheena McKenzie, CNN

“This comes as no surprise to those who share their homes and hearts with equine companions.” ~ R.T.

A smile can get you a long way with people — and animals, it turns out. 295 more words

Horse News


So that sense of alarm I felt two days ago was real. This morning, I walk into the little kitchen area on our floor to find N talking to his buddy. 253 more words

A Coffee Shop Kind of Day

The winter storm is easing, but today was still a great day to sit indoors, sip coffee and sketch. Since people are my favorite subjects to draw I headed off to one of the many university coffee shops. 82 more words


Skype Sketch

The 10-hour time difference between Jerusalem and California makes for sleepy Skyping for our son, who stayed up very late to talk to us. When the talk shifted to technical work,  I got out my sketch pad, a pencil and watercolors, and listened while sketching. 26 more words


Reconnecting with a friend

In the late 70’s we stayed in Israel for 17 months. Now back in Israel for a few months we are happily reconnecting with old friends and taking lots of photos, two of which I used for this sketch- one for the hands and the other for the face. 107 more words

Body Language

Moral heroes look up and to the right

Jeremy A. Frimer, Lisa Sinclair


Portraits of moral heroes often portray the hero gazing up and to the viewer’s right in part because ideologically minded followers select and propagate these images of their leaders. 126 more words