Ok, I think I have my plan worked out.
This is how the next six weeks will go, starting with this Sunday:
20 miles, 3 miles, bench press, 4 miles, deadlift, 4 miles, rest
12 miles, 3 miles, squat, 4 miles, overhead press (OHP), 4 miles, rest
23 miles, 3 miles, bench press, 4 miles, deadlift, 4 miles, rest
12 miles, 3 miles, squat, 4 miles, OHP, 4 miles, rest
10 miles, 3 miles, squat, 4 miles, OHP, 4 miles, rest
8 miles, 3 miles, deadlift, 4 miles, 4 miles, bench press, rest
Race day: 26.2 miles, then I dunno...
I'm not sure how I plan to come off my race. I don't know if I plan to do a long run on the weekends or not. If not, I'll do this:
Rest, deadlifts, OHP, run, squat, bench press, run??
^That was my schedule before starting the half marathon and marathon training. I may or may not be able to run on Saturdays again since we'll be racing on Fridays, freeing up the rest of our weekends for family time and other fun things. Maybe I'll be able to keep my mileage up and easily transition back into marathon training come mid-summer (I plan to run another marathon in September, and an ultra in November).
Okie... so, I think I'm happy with that plan. At first, I won't be lifting as much as I really want to b/c of the marathon training, but I'll be doing something toward it - and I'll have to take it easy so I don't jeopardize my training, so don't worry - there won't be any crazy heavy weight stuff going on. I'll be conservative and see how I feel. I'll play it by ear and reassess after the first two weeks of running/lifting.