KR - It was a bit quicker than normal, I'd generally hit MP + 60 to 90s, so 7:00 to 7:30, depending on the route. Friday's was mainly flat, nice and firm on the trails and a cool morning, so it ended up a bit quicker than usual. It was pretty even paced, I'm happy with it but I wouldn't do a long run that quick closer to a marathon. I usually run the last one on an off-road route to avoid any temptation for a fast pace.
Weekly mileage varies depending on how much cycling I'm doing. I've run marathons on less than 40 mpw, but that's with a lot of cycling thrown in. Last year I must have averaged closer to 50 in the marathon season.
Not much planned this weekend, apart from ferrying kids around. I got my long run in yesterday (21@6:54) then this morning had an easy run over to the local parkrun, ran a couple of extra laps with a mate who was trying to get a long run in, then home for 13 in all. I'll get out on the bike tomorrow if I can fit it in.
I'd like to have a duathlon planned, I usually do the Spring Ballbuster over Box Hill as my pre-London race, but they're not running it this year. I should find something else in March, but not a 20 mile race, I've overdone those too often. I do have a half marathon in a couple of weeks.