Well done, AR. Don't spend too much mental time on this will you? Knowing you, you will not have left any stone left unturned and this plan seems to need you to rest as much as you can while you can. From my experience, being mentally drained has the same effect as being physically drained and can have a negative effect on a training run when you don't really intend it to/allow for it.
Hilly reps sound the bizz, Jools! I am sure they will work their magic in time. Good to see you coming back from the brink, Bike It!
After the chilly day with a bit of rain the sun has come back out again and it is shorts and T-shirts weather again here in California. I am cautiously starting to add some short steady reps to my weeks and am down to do 300s today after a diet of 200s. Nothing too quick and all engineered to remind my legs how to turn over more quickly. Last week I did 4 x 1 miles @ 7:20m/m which is the longest I have done anything quicker than a pootle. It was slightly depressing to think how much speed and fitness has been lost but it is a step in the right direction and I was reminded by Richard Nerurkar in his excellent book Marathon Training From Beginner to Elite, how we must strive for the small improvements over a greater period of time rather than big leaps and end up injured or burnt out. Happy injury-free running all!