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Issue Date: September 20, 2018

Nation Still Needs Healing...

Our gorgeous Fall weather continues! Wouldn't it be wonderful if we could enjoy this year round - except maybe a week of snow at Christmas and a bit of hot weather in July or August for swimming? In the real world, that won't happen, at least not in TIMESland, so let's get outdoors and enjoy Autumn while we can.

COLEMAN SELL-A-BRATION

Vendors, crafters and folks hungry for corn, brats, music and bargains are invited to visit downtown Coleman from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday,, Sept. 22 for the first ever Cougar Country Business Association Sell-A-Bration. The event is centered on Main Street in Coleman and will include raffles, 50/50 drawings and more in addition to a chance to buy some treasures for yourself and your family.

FEATHER AND FUR SWAP

Anyone interested in buying, selling, or trading any type of birds, rabbits, small animals, pets, livestock, and equipment is invited to attend one of the upcoming swap meets to be held Sat., Sept. 22 at the Tractor Supply Company in Marinette; Sat., Sept. 29 at Marinette Farm and Garden in Marinette, and Sat., Oct. 13 at Peshtigo Feed Mill in Peshtigo. All the swaps will run from 8 a.m. to noon, rain or shine. No admission fee for buyers or sellers. Must provide your own cages and obey all state and local rules and regulations.

WE ALL NEED HEALING

Much has been said and written about the visit of "The Wall That Heals," to Crivitz on the weekend of Aug. 30 to Sept. 2, almost all of it very good. The wall, a traveling replica of the wall at the Vietnam Memorial in Washington, D.C. was meant to help heal the scars left on veterans who were scorned when they returned home, and families who lost loved ones in that war.

Can say on a personal note, it helped heal wounds I didn't realize I had - anger at the protesters of those days who I have always felt disgraced my generation. And I felt some of the healing that The Wall brought.

A sermon written and presented by Rev. David Pleuss of First Presbyterian Church in Crivitz helped me and others to start letting go of some anger, and he has kindly agreed to share his words with this column.

HEALING TODAY

The main message of that speech, the one we need to pay attention to, is that, in addition to most of us needing individual healing, our nation needs healing from the anger of today as much as from the anger that came close to destroying us half a century ago.

Here is the message he gave at closing ceremonies for The Wall That Heals on Sunday, Sept. 2:

"When I was first approached about speaking at the closing ceremony for this amazing event, I was very humbled. I asked myself, "Why me?' "What have I done that I should be allowed to speak before all of you in memorializing the over 58,000 lives that were lost in this war?' I couldn't come up with a very good answer except that I served in the United States Army and that I serve as a pastor here in Crivitz. But I believe that the answer was revealed to me as I reflected upon what this memorial is called, The Wall That Heals.

"The Wall That Heals - as a pastor I spend a lot of time thinking about healing, in a lot of different ways, and so as I began to prepare and as I was lead to accept this opportunity to speak to you all, I realized quickly that my message for you, the message that I believe God has laid upon my heart is in the area of healing. What does it mean to be healed? What do we need healing from?

"I am too young to have served in Vietnam, I didn't live through the war, I learned about Vietnam as a part of a history lesson. I learned about Vietnam as being a divided time of our nation's history, as an ugly time of our nation's history. It was a time when the nation was very much at odds with one another.

"We are here at the wall that heals, and I have to ask myself, perhaps there is something that we need healing from as a nation as well.

"Healing from the division that existed, but also the division that continues to exist to today. As I think about the era of Vietnam, an era in which many of you lived and fought through, I think about how we failed each other so often.

"For those of you who were veterans of the war, and experienced" actually, didn't experience the welcome home that you deserved. I apologize, I believe I apologize on behalf of all the United States of America. You were not treated the way in which you deserved, for what you fought for. And so I apologize, that was not right, you deserved much better. And I believe forgiveness is a part of healing.

"There is a story in the book of Exodus of the nation of Israel wandering through the wilderness and they have been out of water for three days. They come to a pool of water but the water is bitter. It was unfit for drinking or any use. In the story God reveals to Moses a stick, a piece of wood, and Moses throws the piece of wood into the pool and we are told that the waters became sweet. In this moment God reveals himself to the nation of Israel as "I Am the Lord who heals you.'

"I was reflecting upon that name of God and I was thinking about our need for healing as individuals and our need for healing as a nation. In this passage of scripture it does not say that it is the stick that heals, but God used the stick, God used the stick to bring healing, to bring a blessing to the nation. He used a stick.

"In other places of scripture we see God use inanimate objects to bring healing, like a handkerchief.

"We see God healing in many ways using various things. So as I reflect upon the name The Wall That Heals, we can celebrate a wall that heals like a stick that heals in Exodus. But above the stick that heals and above the Wall That Heals is the Lord who heals you.

"So I want to ask you a question. Do you need healing today?

"Do you need healing today? We have gathered today at the Wall That Heals and I think it is a question that is worth pondering. Do you need healing? I think healing comes in a variety of ways. We certainly see the most literal of healing with physical healings that take place, but that's not my focus today. I want to focus on the other ways in which we may need healing.

"Some of us may need a mental healing today. God heals our minds. The horrors of war paint pictures in the mind that can never be erased. They keep people up at night, seeing your friends, seeing your loved ones, seeing the wounded, the dying, hearing the blast of bombs and the fire of rifles. Those things can place a scar on our mind. And I come before you today and ask, do you need healing today? Because I believe there is healing available to you.

"We cannot change what has happened in the past but we can find a path forward. I do believe there is healing available for our minds, for the horror we have seen and experienced. Do you need a healing today?

"Perhaps it is emotions, you need an emotional healing. As you think back over your time, over your life, over your experiences you might be asking yourself, "Why Me?' "Why this Lord?' "Why them?' "Why him or her?'

"You find yourself driven to a place of anger or perhaps like this story in Exodus, a place of bitterness. I believe that the Lord heals and there is healing available through this wall by the Lord for our emotions. To face the emotions that we have and to have bitterness replaced with peace. So I ask, do you need a healing today?

"Or perhaps it is a spiritual healing. A spiritual healing to receive or give forgiveness. Whether it is forgiving someone who treated you wrong, perhaps someone who treated you in a way you shouldn't have been treated when you came home. Perhaps it is forgiveness to someone whom you fought against. Perhaps its forgiveness that you need to ask for.

"I said that this was a very divided time of our nation's history.

"Forgiveness is a very hard thing to give but sometimes it is an even harder thing to ask for.

"So I ask if you need a spiritual healing today? I know the Lord, I know that he is one that is quick to forgive. His words to us, forgive as you've been forgiven. We have been forgiven much but perhaps we haven't allowed his forgiveness to really penetrate our hearts, to change us from the inside out. So I ask if you need a healing today, a spiritual healing.

"I know this is a very heavy topic, and one which we don't like to talk about. Opening up old wounds and scars. We may be tempted to say, "Well they were more wrong than I was!'

"I say this because I see our country repeating itself. I see us in a time of great division. As we become more on one side or the other. My word for us today, is that division will do us no good. Division only divides us further. Do we have the humility, the vulnerability, to come to one another, as brothers and sisters regardless of persuasion, and show love for each other?

"I think we need a healing today. We need a healing as a nation. We need a healing as individuals.

"I urge you, healing is available, if only we ask for it. The Lord is quick to heal. He is quick to give good gifts, so"today, before you leave"seek out that healing. There are numerous people here who know of the healing power of the Lord, who know of the healing power of his forgiveness. Ask, Ask for healing, for freedom is found there. Freedom from the many things which we have seen which we have gone through which we have done.

"Do you need a healing today?

"May the Lord who heals bless you!"

Crivitz Village President John Deschane, himself a Vietnam veteran, said about healing after the wall was gone: "I truly didn't realize how much emotion from my time there was bottled up inside of me. The Wall and the Mobile Information Center brought it all back and I was able to finally express some of that emotion to my family and maybe my healing can now begin. I cannot express in words what that means to me. But I do now understand why it is called The Wall That Heals."

COOKIN' TIME

As most of us know, pumpkins are good for a lot more than Jack O' Lanterns. Had requests recently for pumpkin recipes, so here are a few more.

PUMPKIN PIE SPICE

Not a recipe for pumpkin, exactly, but if you mix this up with spices you have on hand, and adjust amounts to suit your own taste, and then use it in and on lots of things made out of pumpkin. Brainstorm! bet this would also be good on candied carrots and sweet potatoes.

3 tablespoons ground cinnamon

2 teaspoons ground ginger

2 teaspoons nutmeg

1 1/2 teaspoons ground allspice

1 1/2 teaspoons ground cloves

2 teaspoons sugar

Mix everything together and put into spice bottle with a screw on lid. Use the mixture to make pumpkin pie spice-flavored coffee: Sprinkle onto your coffee grounds and brew as normal. Or just sprinkle on top of your latte. You can also treat it as a topping for an ice cream sundae, fold it into frosting for cake or cupcakes, or add to pumpkin bread or dessert recipes instead of adding each spice individually.

CREAMY PUMPKIN MUSHROOM STROGANOF

Here's a pumpkin recipe that isn't a dessert. This recipe serves only two, so if more are expected for dinner, double it. You might want to try this with smaller amounts of the spices, and add more as your taste buds respond.

3 cups button mushrooms, thinly sliced

2 teaspoons coconut oil

1/4 cup onions, finely chopped

2 cloves garlic, finely chopped or crushed

1 teaspoon ginger, crushed, optional

1/2 cup tomato sauce

1/4 cup pumpkin puree

1/2 cup coconut milk

1 teaspoon dried oregano

1 teaspoon dried parsley

1 teaspoon dried basil, optional

1 teaspoon chicken soup base

1 1/2 cups water

1 teaspoon salt, or to taste

1/2 teaspoon pepper

Add the oil to a hot heavy bottomed pan and heat for 30 seconds, then stir in the onions. When they start to caramelize add the crushed garlic and let it brown a bit, then add the olive oil and allow it to heat, and then add the crushed ginger if you're using it. Sauté for 30 more seconds and then add the mushrooms. Cook the mushrooms for about 10 minutes on medium heat until they are softened, stirring frequently. When the mushrooms shrink to half their size, turn up the heat slightly and let the mushrooms to crisp a little. Add the tomato sauce, spices, salt and pepper. Mix well and cook until most of the tomato sauce has evaporated. The mixture should be almost dry. Then add the pumpkin puree, water and coconut milk.  Mix well, heat for about 5 more minutes and then turn off the heat. Serve over rice, or mix in bow ties or elbow macaroni.

PUMPKIN WHOOPEE PIES

Instructions call for using a pastry bag. If you don't have one, take a gallon size zipper type plastic bag and snip off one corner. For these you'll want the resulting hole to be about an inch across. When it's time to bake the cookies put the batter inside, zip the top, and pipe the batter out the bottom onto the parchment lined pan as directed. Keep a plate handy to lay the bag on when you're not squeezing out cookies. No parchment? Butter the pan well, or use waxed paper if you happen to have some.

3 cups all-purpose flour

2 teaspoons ground ginger

1 teaspoon ground cinnamon

1 teaspoon baking powder

1 teaspoon baking soda

1 teaspoon salt

1 can pumpkin purée

2 cups light-brown sugar

1 cup canola oil

2 large eggs

2 tablespoons dark molasses

MAPLE SPICE FILLING

This is also good on cupcakes and other things, including plain old graham crackers or "Nilla wafers.

4 ounces cream cheese

5 tablespoons unsalted butter

1 tablespoon maple syrup (preferably grade B dark)

1 teaspoon ground cinnamon

1 pinch ground cloves

1/4 teaspoon salt

3 cups powdered sugar

To make the Whopee Cookies:

In a medium bowl, whisk together flour, ginger, cinnamon, baking powder, baking soda, and salt. Set aside. In the bowl of an electric mixer beat together pumpkin puree, brown sugar, oil, eggs, and molasses on medium speed until mixed, about 3 minutes. Scrape down sides of bowl as needed. Reduce mixer speed to low; gradually add flour mixture and mix for 30 seconds. Cover and refrigerate batter until chilled, about 30 minutes.Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Transfer batter to a pastry bag fitted with a large plain tip (about 1/2 inch wide), or shape the cookies with a large spoon. If using the pastry bag, which gives professional looking results, pipe 2-inch circles onto parchment-lined baking sheets, spacing 1 1/2 inches apart. If you don't use the pastry bag, use a spoon to make those circles. (Keep batter refrigerated between batches.) Bake until the cookies are deep orange and spring back when touched, about 20 minutes, rotating baking sheets halfway through. Thy should be a bit puffed up and slightly rounded on top. Cool completely on pans.

To make the filling:

In the bowl of an electric mixer beat together cream cheese and butter on medium speed until fluffy, about 3 minutes. Scrape down sides of bowl as needed. Reduce mixer speed to low; add maple syrup, cinnamon, cloves, and salt, and mix for 30 seconds. (I leave the cloves out.) Gradually add powdered sugar and mix for 1 minute. If the filling is too soft to hold its shape, add more powdered sugar, a tablespoon at a time, until it gets to the desired consistency. This can be stored in the 'fridge in an airtight container with plastic wrap pressed onto surface for up to 5 days.

To fill pies: Turn half the cookies over so they're bottom-side up. Using a pastry bag, butter knife or spoon, spread a healthy dollop (about 1 1/2 tablespoons) of Maple-Spice Filling onto each cookie bottom. (You don't need to spread it too carefully. When you put the top cookie on it will sort of spread out on its own.) Top with remaining cookies, flat side down.



Thought for the week: With winter approaching, many of us who heat with wood are busy laying in our supply warmth for the cold months ahead. Everyone doing that can appreciate this observation by Harrison Ford: "Wood burns faster when you have to cut and chop it yourself." Lots of truth in that, and it pertains to a lot more than firewood!



(This column is written by Shirley Prudhomme of Crivitz. Views expressed are her own and are in no way intended to be an official statement of the opinions of Peshtigo Times editors and publishers. She may be contacted by phone at 715-291-9002 or by e-mail to shirleyprudhommechickadee@yahoo.com.)


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