I don't think that I've ever had a job where I've worked as hard as I have in our apartment and garage preparing for the moving company (United) to come this Saturday. Three different times, one of them being yesterday, when I taped self-made labels (with our last name on each) to boxes and plastic storage bins. I got 2/3 of them done, but I was soaked with sweat when I walked back to our apartment. When we first moved here, in January 2009, the humidity didn't really bother us that much, but NOW...…..very, very different story! This is our 4th move since we married in 2001. The first 3 weren't too bad, but we were younger. Moving companies require most glass to be taken off of furniture, like computer table, wrapped in bubble pack and secured in a Moving box. A large piece of glass, like our dining room table top, will be wrapped in a blanket. It can be amazing how many pieces of glass can be had and has to be removed. All bookcase shelves, that are removable, have to be taken out of the bookcases. The Movers will wrap/tape them up. Knowing what we have to take in the back of our Dodge Durango is also WORK. Suitcases, large cooler w/items from the frig, copier box of cleaning supplies and another one of boxed/packaged food. a blow-up bed (w/electric pump, top/bottom sheets) and a few pillows), our computer tower, laptop and a few skillets/pots for cooking. Also, can't forget two lawn fold-up chairs. IOW, it could take up to 7 days for the Movers to get our stuff to our new apartment. Hope this will be our last move, but if we don't end up liking this apt. complex (for whatever reasons), we will have to move again. HOWEVER, that time would be a local move, not 1,800 miles away.