Seems to me you're not doing as badly as you make out! Just fiting in enough training to get round is probably a fair achievement. (I struggled, but I don't think 7 months training was long enough)
Now that you've proved you can do the distance, I think you should try working on improving the quality of your training even if you don't think you can!
I went for my 2nd run with my local club last night, and there were only 8 of us (2 slower than me, 4 faster, and 1 who ran about twice my pace) so there was plenty of opportunity to either push my pace a bit, or drop back to the end - It was only about 7 miles, but I'm sure it did me more good that the 15 mile runs I was doing a couple of months ago!
Just been out for my 2nd run with my local club (after training for FLM on my own) - definately reccomended, if only because of the variety of runners you'll meet! Some who you know you'll never be able to keep up with, and some who ask you what it's like running marathons!
My only photo is one with the medal, and this didn't appear till Thursday. I'd guess they must have 200,000 people to identify - which comes out at 50 man weeks at 1 min per photo - give them a chance!
I'd be annyed to have paid extra for a technical Tshirt only to find it had a very non-amusing slogan. It may be less offensive than other slogans, but the point is we didn't chose the slogan - which doesn't seem very approptiate for running in. It seems like a very aggressive message, whilst runners seem generally to be less compettitive and much more friendly than adidas' marketing department expects.