I like to keep my Canon eos 1n 35mm film camera loaded with Tri-x film closeby in the house.
People ask why I still shoot film. It's a good question because it's antiquated, difficult, expensive and limiting. I shoot film because I like the way it looks and I like to have negatives and photographs. Paper photographs are quickly disappearing; they're being replaced by hard drives full of photos displayed on the computer screen. I like paper photographs.
Also, negatives are much more permanent than digital files. I've had a number of digital files go bad on my hard drives but I still have 35mm negatives from my 1st year of photography (1987). They print as good today as they did in my basement darkroom those many years ago. They also scan beautifully so with reasonable effort you can have paper prints, negatives and digital files.