I am a Leap Year.

Details for the curious:

There are actually about 365.2422 days per year according to the "tropical year", the number of earth rotations per orbit of the sun.

Using the ancient 365 day calendar, the first day of spring would drift later by about one day every four years.

Julius Caesar created the Julian Calendar with a leap year every 4 years.

Under this Julian calendar, the first day of spring drifted one day earlier every 128 years.

Pope Gregory XIII created the Gregorian calendar in 1582 A.D.

He modified the leap year schedule to exclude three leap years every 400 years.

Years divisible by 100, but not 400 are NOT leap years. So 1800, 1900, and 2100 are not leap years, while the years 1600, 2000 and 2400 still are.

This reduces the error to one day every 3236 years.