Well, right now I'm hoping I can make it round. My training went all to pot with terrible weather and work keeping me late lots. I have 3 weeks till the race and the furthest I've run is 7 miles. But I felt I could go further after I finished my run and I'm keeping a steady pace whilst increasing my distances. I'm hopeful but I won't kick myself if I have to start walking at some point.
Went to buy new trainers because my old ones were giving me terrible blisters. Turns out because I over-pronate. A lot. So have support trainers and they are awesome! March 17th I run around Reading trying my very best to not think about how far I'm running and how far away the finish line is.
edit: I'm also planning on doing an autumn half-marathon and hopefully I'll train properly. I'm thinking of this one as a very steep learning curve.
edit the second: Just looked back on when I first wrote this. I was so full of enthusiasm and I can remember thinking about going out for runs. That sadly didnt happen because a week after my first post our landlord told us we had to move out. Luckily it meant me finding the cash to buy a house of our own but it was three months of running round like a headless chicken trying to get things to pull together. So happy I've got less stress even if it does mean I'm woefully behind in training.
Apathy will kill us all. Or not. Whatever.