And...just 6 days left (5, actually, if you don't count today).
I averaged 79.33 MPW for the peak 6 weeks of my training (and yes, I wish it was 80 MPW also, or at least 79.5, so I could round up), with one cut-back inserted in the middle when I raced a half. This week, I cut back my mileage a bit more than a third. I also cut out all of my yoga and lower body strengthwork, and pared back the swimming and upper body stuff.
This upcoming week, I'll cut back even more - running only about 20 miles between now and the race. No swimming. No upper body weights.
The last week of taper is really weird. It's just just waiting, and I HATE waiting. For me, it's not the distance of the marathon that is the test, it's the patience. There's nothing I can do except wait and TRY NOT TO DO TOO MUCH. Which is hard.
The hardest part about marathon training is not the mileage but the discipline.