For me, Sundays are for relaxing and photography. While thinking about what kit to shoot today, I recalled that I hadn't shot my Leica M3 for a while. When I went to grab it from the camera bag, noticed it was loaded with film (24 shots in). The little metal film speed reminder dial on the back was set to ASA 100 and the yellow filter on front of the 5cm Summarit would mean there was Acros or TMax inside. Sometime during this busy Summer, I had started this roll and today, I'll finish it off. For the life of me, I can't remember what's on the exposed frames.
What is amazing is that while my 56 year old memory often fails me, this similarly aged Leica doesn't. Clicked off a few shots in the beautiful early Sunday morning light and the shutter fired off quietly, sublimely, precisely. My trusty old Weston Master light meter came to life for me as well. These things were designed before computers, assembled by hand by people. A testament to good, solid engineering and fine craftsmanship.