I had a chance to have a sabbatical in 2002, and I didn't know about the school, but I had been to Rome, and the school came highly recommended. I was particularly attracted to it being both urban and residential. At that time, we had three children. Peter wasn't born yet, and our kids were young; they were four, six, and eight, and so, being in an urban residential school felt like the right fit. We were excited to come back to Rome. The urban piece meant we could live without a car and without the isolation of being somewhere more rural. Because I'd come from a residential school, I knew there would be an instant community. So those were the big draws.