I did the same "run 4 minutes and walk 1 minute" plan that I had worked out the previous week. I really like this plan. There was only one point where I deviated from it and ran 5 minutes and then walked 1 but that was so I could take advantage of running DOWN a hill and picking up my pace just a bit. I made up for it by only running 3 minutes for the next interval. For the last mile I only did one walking break since I knew I was very close to the end.
Total: 55:48 (compared to 58:13 last week)
Miles 3 and 4 felt harder and you can see that I did slow down a bit. And while I was still very thankful that the long run was only 5 miles I'm feeling more confident in trying to run the 10 mile race in June. If I can get this close to a 11 m/m pace right now I should be able to complete the goal pace of 12 m/m for the race (I'm adding more time since it will be much hotter and humid). It's just a matter of staying on track for my training - something I've never done before a longer race. In the past I've been very inconsistent with training before anything longer than a 10k.