Yes, 8 years ago. You need to keep the shoulder immobile for awhile (the nurse will talk to you about it) so make sure you have help. They covered it so I could shower OK. Lots of physio. I can tell you how it has healed for me but we are all different. After about 6 months I could reach higher than shoulder height, and this has got better, However, it is still rather weaker than the other shouder. I use that arm to reach down light items from a shelf, but not heavy ones. I was advised to no longer swim backstroke or front crawl. I was also advised not to cycle, as any fall can be quite catastrophic. My balance is so awful that I was about to give up cycling anyway. I do have a couple of friends who use trikes, but they're not really the answer for everyone. I hope that helps, but do ask your nurse, as it varies a lot. Good luck!
One of my friends, in her 70's had this operation, probably two and a half years ago. There was a longish recovery time, including physio. But now she seems to have more or less full function in her shoulder /arm. Also, pain free.