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When Russ was deployed, especially the second time, I was fearful a lot. Obviously, I was scared for his safety. But I also had this horrible unsettling fear that something would happen to me while he was gone. Something that could leave Ezra alone, stranded, with no one to care for him. I kept seeing this flash of a car accident, Ezra alone in the backseat crying with no one to know who he was or who could take care of him.
Finally, I stopped worrying and looked at things logically. What would happen in such an event? What could I do to prepare for something like that? And how could I set my mind at ease to be able to sleep at night and stop worrying for the rest of the deployment?
To read more about how I went about preparing for such a horrible situation, head on over to Singing Through the Rain where I have guest-posted about Preparing for the Worst-Case Scenario During Deployment.