I didn't feel up to a proper session tonight and this week is all supposed to be about miles for me so I did an evil steady run instead which I'm sure the running gods will curse me forever and I will be banished to room 101 or summat.
10 miles with 8 at 7:30 - will have done me no good but felt easier than my 10 in 80 mins in Wednesday night which I'm guessing was still affected by my 10k.
If I can plod a 15 on Sunday then I'm starting to get there.
Looking over the shoulders - I wanted to slow down to show I was racing not PBing - it added to my enjoyment of the moment.
I have a good memory for numbers, not so much names or things Mrs Skinny tells me, but I think I remembered it because you did it at roughly the same time in the training as me, were very helpful in encouraging me that I could give 7 miles a good go and of course you bailed out at 10k the same as me.
Well done on getting back into it - your 'getting back into it' is more than I have ever run in a week!
I enjoyed the book, found the training hard and flunked the marathon - but I think most people on the P&D thread seem to have great marathon success by following the P&D plan whether they manage all the sessions or not.