Zoe FitzGerald Carter’s memoir, Imperfect Endings, details her conversations with and feelings about her mother’s final choice. It is an impactful talk about the moral and ethical dilemmas she faced in light of her mother’s decision. Then I talk with Joan Brown, author of Move and Other Four-Letter Words. It details her life as an Air Force wife for 32 years, which included 21 moves. We discuss multiple benefits and adjustments for her family and herself from this nomadic life.