Some was nice another to send me some very nice comments about my work, as follows;
From a cute face in the drug free zone to where's Didcot to website design (looking for ways to improve mine, www.augersonartconservation.com), to the “personal mythology stories” under the “college” section of yours, I have been very impressed.
Really loved the stories of people. Reminded me a little of the “Talk of the Town” section of the New Yorker Magazine, which gives short, interesting nonfictional anecdotes about random folks' lives that benefit from a slightly whimsical tone of voice (you'll have to buy a copy of the magazine to know precisely what I'm talking about, the online version does not have this, or at least it is not accessible without a subscription). I think you would be successful at doing a similar series of anecdotes about life in Didcot. Or a cross between a New Yorker type of story and the kind of stories about “Lake Wobegone” that Garrison Keeler tells on NPR radio (available in podcast), but set in Didcot.