What I Noticed During One Week (or W.I.N.D.O.W.) is both the verb and the noun. It encompasse the musings of a curious observer in digestible snippets. As a denomination of time, the week is historically unappreciated when compared to its calendar brethren. We have birthdays and anniversaries every year, our financial system operates quarterly, the moon itself provides the catalyst for each month, we are paid bi-weekly, and we wake anew each day. But if you really stop and think about it, the week is the span of time which holds the most significance. We don’t take two days off work after every month, and we don’t take year-long vacations from school. We don’t worship once per quarter, and we don’t grocery shop for the day. When making observations a month is too long for retention and a day is too short to process. A week…is just right.