Thankfully, we are holding up well at the School of Yard Knocks. I took part of my summer vacation in late May/early June, and was able to get my garden in, in between rainstorms. Many working people were not as lucky - they didn't have the same planting window. For others, it wasn't the endless rain, but the amount of it, puddling in their gardens, making it impossible to rototill or plant. My aunt's seed potatoes rotted in the ground. Another reason to be thankful for my raised beds - they drain well.
Worse still than gardening issues, many people I know have had their basements flooded. Many have been running sump pumps continuously for more than a month. The water tables are so high, that water just keeps seeping into the basements, even when it's not raining.
My workplace was flooded in the rains of June 29/30.
And the farming economy in this area has been devastated.
Other than a small leak in my roof (fixed a few weeks ago by a friend), and handling Archie's fear of thunder, we have been very lucky and I am counting my blessings.