Pamela Hutchinson singer of the famous track ‘Flowers’, transitions- Our tribute to this lovely singer and her family

Beloved Flower Lover,

Pamela Hutchinson has entered her own garden of flowers right now that she has transitioned. Pamela was a member of the Grammy-winning R&B group The Emotions, has died at the age of 61.

A statement on the group’s Facebook page announced that Hutchinson passed away on Friday following “health challenges she’d been battling for several years

The Emotions singer Pamela Hutchinson dead at 61 | Fox News

She was the youngest sister of the band’s core members Sheila, Wanda and Jeanette Hutchinson, and sang on their biggest hit single Best Of My Love.

News of her death was confirmed on The Emotions’ Facebook page.

“In loving memory, we are saddened to announce the passing of our sister, Pamela Rose Hutchinson, on Friday, September 18, 2020,” a statement read.

“Pam succumbed to health challenges that she’d been battling for several years. Now our beautiful sister will sing amongst the angels in heaven in perfect peace

Emotions singer, Pamela Hutchinson, dies aged 61

The band emerged from Chicago in the 1960s, where the sisters had been gospel singers as children.

After achieving local success, they signed with the legendary R&B label Stax, working with the likes of Isaac Hayes and David Porter.

When Stax folded, the group were taken under the wing of Maurice White from Earth, Wind & Fire, who produced two of their albums and co-wrote Best Of My Love.

The Emotions returned the favour by lending their harmonies to Earth, Wind & Fire’s disco anthem Boogie Wonderland in 1979.

Pamela joined her sisters just in time for their crossover pop success – although she only appeared on one album, before becoming a permanent member in the early 2000s.

Pamela has transitioned into her garden of flowers.

Flowers Lyrics

The Emotions

We (We) hold the key (Hold the key)
To the world’s (The world’s) destiny (Destiny)Have you the feeling to shine your light
Usin’ the power, shinin’ bright
Years we’ve been searchin’, born to be
{Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, oh}All the good thing discovers, we’re able to see
Your heart’s a fire, create for you, mmm, mmm, mmm, mmm
Love and desire, hearts of two
Mmm mmm mmm ooh hoo ooh ooh oohThink it over (Yeah), ooh
Life ain’t a four leaf clover, (Oh, no it ain’t) ooh
Think it over (Brother), ooh
Life ain’t a four leaf clover, ooh (Ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh )Love is a flower, from that a bud
To spread its sunshine and make us love
Beautiful colors shinin’ though
{Bless you, brother} Bless you, brother, {God is watching you} God is watching you,

Sheila, Pamela & Wanda Hutchinson - The Emotions - Jet Magazine - September  8, 1977 at Amazon's Entertainment Collectibles Store

We have always been inspired by these words and we send the family our love at this time. Pamela Hutchinson’s life touched so many people and so we celebrate her life and send love and peace to her family at this time of her transition. Rest in Power!

The Team,

The London Flower Lover

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Happy Autumn Flowers-without negative judgement

Beloved Flower lover,

Let’s celebrate with flowers

  1. without judgement of yourself ,identify a struggle pain, challenge, problem that you have
  2. without any judgement of yourself write down a plan
  3. without any judgement of yourself or the process celebrate as you imagine living in a world that feels different now
  • smiling man in the flowers
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Struggled with this year, use flowers as part of your Autumn Optimism ritual, and discover how giving thanks dissolves certain challenges and prepares you to find how to be more effective in this world

Beloved Flower Lover

Autumn is a time of bounty and withering. We see it in our gardens. Yet, as one door closes another opens and autumn reminds us of that. The struggles, problems, challenges of the earlier part of the year can be reconsidered again, re-examined and for those lessons that we have learnt from we can be thankful. It is a time to send flowers with those we love and want to reconnect with. It is a time to send and deliver flowers to celebrate our lives and the lives of others, friends, family, colleagues. Its even a time to use flowers to thank life itself. Yes, those pumpkins, those other vegetive symbols of harvest are symbols we can use to thank the cycle of life. When we are grateful, we raise our vibration which allows to see, feel, hear, and know more clearly the choices that bring better.

You may want to consider how-to live-in sync with the seasons. Yes, we know that technically that the Autumn Equinox is the first day of the autumn season and occurs when the sun passes the equator moving from the northern to the southern hemisphere.  The Spring Equinox is the first day of spring season and occurs when the sun passes the equator moving from the southern to the northern hemisphere. We also know that the Autumn Equinox 2020 in the Northern Hemisphere will be at 14:30 on Tuesday, 22 September. All times are in United Kingdom Time. When measured in sidereal time — time relative to the stars — the equinox happens at the same moment for everyone, but people experience it at different local times.  We have come to learn that the name equinox actually originates from the Latin word aequus, meaning equal, and nox, meaning night. The visible changes as nature prepares for winter are becoming increasingly apparent, notes The Farmers’ Almanac. The almanac said: “Birds are flying south, temperatures are getting cooler, leaves are changing colours, and animals’ coats are thickening, to name a few.” What we find fascinating is that the Autumn will end on Monday, December 21, at the time of the Winter Solstice. And that winter solstice is the shortest day of the year in terms of hours of daylight.

This is when we step into winter. During winter and after the winter solstice, the days will again begin to grow longer. And it will take another three months, until the vernal equinox, commonly called the spring equinox, for daylight and darkness to reach equilibrium once again. From the vernal equinox, the days will continue to grow longer, until the summer solstice arrives once again. That is a year of life and within all of that plant activity. It is a time where we focus on different things.

Autumn represents the preservation of life and its basic necessities. During this time, animals prepare for the winter by storing food and creating cosy hibernation spaces. a time for transformations both personal and environmental. We focus on all what we have gathered. It is a major thanksgiving time. A major time for appreciation of self, others, and the Greater Self. the growing cycle gives us ripeness and maturity. The harvest is associated with abundance, prosperity, and wealth. Humans too experience an “autumn”. If spring represents new birth and childhood, and summer symbolizes youth, autumn represents adulthood and maturity. We stop wandering and stay home. We tend to look emotionally inwards too, reconnecting with ourselves and those important to us. We consider the choices we have made, and the options still open to us. it does not have to be all about sadness. Instead, we can think of death (and ultimate renewal) as a kind of letting go. We can look to our inner egos and patterns of behaviour and let go of destructive attitudes. The idea of letting go also stresses the temporary nature of everything around us. A grateful heart is a peaceful heart. An ungrateful heart is a heart that is in pain and suffering.

Either way, you are magnifying and multiplying the essence of what you place your attention on. It is up to you. So, if you want to be the fulcrum point of healing in the world right now. We invite you to be the change you want to see in the world. How. Well a few simple steps here that we suggesting you do now

  1. Make a list of all the things you want to give thanks for, including friends, colleagues, family
  2. Select flowers which reflect abundance to you
  3. Give flowers, have them delivered, receive flowers by having them in your home- see them as a reflection of thanksgiving and appreciation. Gratitude multiplies the good. It literally opens up the flow of good
  4. Enjoy the unique of this time

The Team,

The London Flower Lover

p.s.Autumn optimism is here!

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Autumn Equinox- Your time for your autumn reset with flowers

Beleoved Flower Lover,

The face of the year at least for us who have seasons is about to change.

Autumn Equinox 2020 in Northern Hemisphere will be at 14:30 onTuesday, 22 September.(All times are in United Kingdom Time)



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Autumn Equinox

This is a time to count your blessings. Give, give, give to others and welcome gifts into your life. We celebrate with flowers.

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Choose a flower to express who is that you are becoming who you really are?

Beloved Flower,

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