Since the half I've been concentrating on adding mileage. Recent weeks have been 20-25 MPW, with my goal being 1500+ miles in 2012. It's no 100 mile week but I'll take it.
The side effect I'm seeing is more confidence and ease in my runs. My LSD (long slow distance, and don't I love this acronym) today was 13 miles, total time just over 2:28. Now that I've pointed you to the fabulous Rose Runner's blog, that doesn't seem as impressive, but trust me - it's way huge for me. And yeeks - 13 miles on a LSD? A year ago, when I was in the midst of training for my first half, I didn't think I could finish that distance once. Now I'm trying to turn it in to a casual thing!
I do have a next goal in mind - full marathon. I'm pretty sure it won't be 2012. I really want to take some time to focus on strength and speed. And confidence/comfort with what I can push myself to do.
I know I've got a lot in me. I'm so proud of where I've gotten in a year. But this is just the beginning and I can't love it any more.
BTW - the post title? It's the Simon and Garfunkle song my dad used to sing to me and my siblings. So cute. He also used to sing us You May Be Right by Billy Joel. Not as cute.