This weekend, my boys spent a few hours at a friend's house while my wife and I shopped. When we picked them up, the friend gave me a bag of film leftover from their daughter's college photography class. The bag contains over 20 rolls of Tri-X. Most of it is a couple of months out of date, but it's been in a fridge.
It so happens that just last week, I finally bought the stuff I need to soup my own black and white. I guess now I can shoot and develop without fear of wasting money.
"And I know now that the cure for my childhood was not to be looked after, as I once believed; it was to look after someone else." ~Philip Norman