Homemade Boyardee

Today I voted.  Frank and I went to the polls together.  There weren’t any lines.  It surprised me that they don’t check your ID.  My goodness, it’s more difficult to check out a book at the library than it was to walk in and vote.  I’m not sure if that is a good or bad thing.

Even if politics as a whole leaves a sour taste in my mouth, it always feels good to be part of the process.

It will be nice to not be inundated with horrific political ads, for a while.

Tomorrow is my regular day off.  Work has been extra busy, and I was asked to come in for more hours, so I don’t know how much I’ll be able to get done tomorrow, but my hope was to get some meal-planning done, get some bills paid, balance the checkbook, clean.  Tonight was kind of a hodgepodge-lodge for dinner.  I had a bowl of noodles, Frank had a Hot Pocket and pizza.  The boys ate some homemade Boyardee-ish, finished off the pizza.

Homemade Boyardee-ish

This recipe tastes similar to the store-bought noodles with sauce, but is much cheaper.

1 pound box of pasta (macaroni, shells, etc.), boiled and drained
1 can of Campbell’s tomato soup
4 slices of processed cheese

Boil and drain the noodles; return to saucepan. Add can of soup and heat on med-low. Add slices of cheese, one at a time, and stir until melted. Remove from heat and enjoy!

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