Well, as a contrast to the graduates who are running amazing distances etc...
I knew that running in warm weather would be a challenge for me (I graduated in February, having run through snow and ice - much easier than hot sun). I did a 5k Race for Life at the end of June, and since then haven't done much - though I hadn't realised quite how little until I looked at my Garmin records - only two one-milers in the last three weeks. Oops.
I've nearly been inspired to get out there again by various others on here, but the one that actually got me moving was CouchCarrot, running in India. I decided that maybe 25 C wasn't so bad really, and I ought to give it a go. It was very sticky, and I really didn't like the bit in the middle where there was no shade at all. I seriously considered stopping.
However, I could see a dog walker ahead, and thought maybe just for once I could actually overtake one (instead of them overtaking me, as happened in my graduation 'run'). So I kept plodding on. I thought I'd stop at 30 minutes, but then that seemed like cheating, as I'd started at a higher point so there'd been more down than up, so kept going. I did consider keeping going for 5k, but at 45 minutes I was back to my starting point, and I'd just had enough. Walking for the cooldown felt pretty horrible - my fingers seemed to have swollen up a bit and felt as though they were throbbing if I let them hang by my side, which was a bit weird.
It was pretty slow, for just under 3 miles, but that's the warmest I've run in, and I was quite out of practice, so I'm happy. So - thanks CouchCarrot, for the inspiration!