Monday - I ran in the afternoon because it was really really foggy for most of the morning and I don't like running on the country roads unless I feel like the cars/trucks can see me. Either from the weird run time (heat) or from the long run the day before, my legs were pretty tired. 3.65 miles in 44 minutes (12:03) 2/1 run/walk ratio. My warm up and down were 1.15 miles in 18 minutes (15:39).
Tuesday - Walking. 2.96 miles in 48 minutes (16:12).
Thursday - I had extra time because of a dentist appointment. So I actually slept an hour later than usual and then ran. Depending on whether I believe the Nike+ or Gmaps-pedometer, I ran 6.55 miles in 1:11 (10:55). Or perhaps I ran 5.6 miles in 1:11. Or somewhere in between. My walking warm up/down was .48 in about 9 minutes. After a few miles, I felt really good and smooth. It was starting to not feel like hard work at all.
Saturday - I ran in the afternoon after we worked on the floors and could really feel it. My legs were sore and tired. Still, I ran 7.37 in 1:37 (13:09) including my warm-up and down. I tried 3:1 then 2:1 and then settled in at 1:1. Even though I was very sore and tired, it started to feel quite smooth toward the middle and end.
According to Nike+, my week (which goes Sunday - Saturday) had me running 29.92 miles. I would have gone another .08 miles had I realized but still, that's a good mark for me.