I did it, and it is the best I can say about this run.
My whole day was off - sleeping, work, eating, drinking, running, breathing...
I did up-dated warm-up exercises before: leg swings, knees and ankles rotations, and then warm up from RunnersWorld:
Followed by warm up walk (as usual longer than 5 min for my dog to do her business and run freely), and then off we went. My dog behaved most of the time. Which was a bless, as I barely knew what's going on. The whole 25 min was a silent prayer in my head: left foot, right foot, breathe, one step, another step, breathe. My leg muscles felt tired and stiff from the beginning, with time they became more tired and a bit shaky, but less stiff. I couldn't calm my breathing. It was good for a moment, and then it was going off again. My nose was running faster then me. I am the tissue girl, so blowing my nose while running was one of the first skills I acquired, but still it puts my breathing out of rhythm.
Whatever I will say, it won't change the fact that I did it. I tracked only my running part - I am quite please with results: 3.7km (2.3 miles) in 25 minutes. I completed week 7! The real life style, so with few seconds run in place for dog-reasons and red-light-reason.
Next week - it's week 8!!! I cannot believe it! And it will be the furthest I have ever been on this programme, since I've started it like 1.5 year ago. BUT! Don't count your chickens before they hatch! So I will say so far so good.
Now challenging weekend: tomorrow water fast (only water, no food or other drinks - digestive system reset), a lot of things going on in the house and in my head, then Sunday (not so lazy, but I will take it as my running - slow and steady). Then Monday W8R1 after work. Keep your all 20 fingers crossed for me. I will keep my prayer: one step at a time, one foot in front of the other. I can do it!
I am breaking all my barriers, I am pushing all my limits: running after blood donation, running after water fast. I will become indestructible! I just need to persuade my immune system to reset and to take care of me.