Labor of the month from Book of Hours of the Use of Saint-Omer.
"The base of the first page includes the labour of the month: a peasant wielding a flail, a tool used in threshing wheat. Wheat threshing involved hitting the wheat so that the edible grain would separate from the inedible husk. The wheat was then bundled up, and we can see our thresher has several neat bundles stacked outside his miniature gothic structure. "
Further information about the Calendar from http://blogs.bl.uk/digitisedmanuscripts/2017/01/a-calendar-for-january-2017.html
For many parts of the country, the weather is cooling down and kids are getting ready to go back to school, after enjoying the Labor Day Holiday. San Francisco is moving into what we call our "Indian Summer" when the temperatures soar into the 90's and inland into the tripple digits. Nobody in SF has air conditioning so it's going to be very, very hot.
Scorpio in all his multi legged glory.
Fully Digitized version: http://www.bl.uk/manuscripts/FullDisplay.aspx?ref=Add_MS_36684