Even the logistics for this interview changed overnight. Originally, we agreed that I would spend most of the day at the Heits’ home, but the morning of the interview both Jamie and I thought better of that optimistic plan.

“I’ve been agonizing over every decision,” Jamie acknowledged while I “virtually” observed her household via calls, texts and photos to see how the family was managing. “It’s a fine line of over-worrying and not worrying enough.”

The crisis has so muddled our sense of time that Jamie has difficulty believing it was less than two weeks ago that she and 10th-grader Lilly kicked off their spring break by flying to Richmond, Va., for a soccer clinic. Three days later, as they boarded their ominously empty plane home, Jamie suspected that things were about to change drastically.

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