Madbee - you can get better, just keep running, do shorter races occassionally if you want, and follow schedules like P&D leading up marathons. The key to it all is staying injury free, so inbetween training cycles keep most, if not all your running easy pace.
I can almost walk normally.
Chick/Shazmo - status update please? Shazmo, keen to know how you've recovered from London and what you're doing in preparation for Boston?
Wenty - I don't think you can count this marathon as you had a fall.
Definitely running all year round to keep the aerobic base helps. Soonish I am going to start running to/from work, will just keep it all easy and shortish (max 6mi) first of all so body gets used to it, then eventually I will start adding longer and speedier stuff. Not sure how rigidly I'll be following P&D for York in October, may just make up my own loosely based on it around commuting.
At this moment in time though I seriously can not be arsed with any running.
Shazmo/Chick - how's the weather looking for Boston? Can vary a lot in that part of the world this time of the year.