Now, I'm a native Northern Californian. I am old enough to remember many, many years of drought, just like Celia. I'm actually having a "fuck, am I old" moment right now, because I thought her post was describing the drought of the late '70s, not the one that happened after I graduated from college. (Does anyone else remember Dr. Don Rose bellowing "Rain! Raaiiiin!" on his morning show on KFRC?)
Aaaanyway, like a good Northern Californian, I superstitiously never say "I've had enough rain." Not even when apartment buildings start sliding down cliffs, because if you say that, the cosmos will stop giving you rain, for a number of years.
But dammitall, the reservoirs are all full, the snowpack in the Sierras will keep the entire state hydrated for the coming year, sodden hillsides are giving way. The rain can stop now.