Due to our 299-day year and its division into 10 months, a Luratian month is 30 days long and is always the same: same days, same dates, month after month.
The days of our six-day week are Bisri, Misri, Kodri, Hodri, Nadri and Adri.
If it’s the 10th, you always know it’s Hodri.
Bisri is our Monday. Adri is our Sunday.
Most cultures in the world call Nadri “half-day”, a day of half work or school and half rest or play.
[This calendar was written with a kipper-ink pen on hand-made kipper paper, widely used in Bree, the village where I was born. what is kipper?]