It’s the 135th day of this year. On my iPhone I have a Swedish calendar app [Almanacka], and there I can see which number every day has. If I’d paid more attention to it, I wouldn’t have had to go through a whole slew of posts and edit the numbering. I’d made two mistakes, so I was way off. One back in April, and one in March.. Didn’t bother with the 365, though … I’ll just let it be, and probably jump a day at the end of June.
You can also see week numbers in this calendar. I’ve noticed here, in North America, nobody seems to talk about which number a week has. Back in Sweden, if you ask someone when they’re going to have vacation this year, they will reply with “starting week 26, I’ll have four weeks”, or something like that. Most people — at least the ones in the work force, will know automatically when week 26, or any week, is.
The red days are holidays/Sundays. Tomorrow is apparently Whitsun. Monday used to be a holiday, but they changed that so that the 6th of June — Sweden’s national day — became a holiday instead. It wasn’t before.