Wednesday, October 16, 2019

The House of the Crying Widow by E. Brandtmann

Barbie knows it’s healthy to cry when you’re disappointed or upset when it doesn’t go your way or you experience a loss. It’s ok to feel bad when things go badly but it’s not ok to dwell in it. Strong people cry and are comforting when they see others cry. Weak people mock people for crying and tell them to tough it out. Sometimes you have to accept things as they are or that’s your plans will not going to work one way so you can learn to move on and sometimes that does mean there’s tears to work through the feelings of frustration. Creating your own path isn’t always an option or the best option for everyone so realize that the best part of life not working out is learning that there’s another way. 

Thomas Edison once said, “I have not failed 1,000 times. I have successfully discovered 1,000 ways to NOT make a light bulb.” You’ve not failed by a setback or disappointment or a loss, you’ve learned acceptance from the experience of grief or discovered what doesn’t work. Crying or getting upset by the process of living is a valid emotional release. Here’s dreamhouse worth the tears that suits the season of macabre. 

The House of the Crying Widow by E. Brandtmann

The Art Nouveau mansion was built in 1907 by the architect E. Bradtmann, commissioned by the Poltava merchant of the 2nd guild of S. Arshavsky. In 1918 the building was nationalized, to this day government structures are located in it. Its facade is decorated with a sad woman's face, which rain drips down the face, and it seems that the woman is crying. Which is where the mansion gets its popular name.

Would you love the tears shed by this dreamhouse?
Barbie would!
Kisses, m.

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