I may have had a complete knee replacement in 2014,but the knee still hurts.
In 2015 I had a basal cell carcinoma removed from just below my eye. Then later that year a fatty lipoma from my left arm.
In July I finally had the macular pucker removed from my right eye. My close vision is very poor but I cannot do anything about it until May, when the doctor might do laser surgery to remove what he called some after-cataract - those were removed in 2010.
This year I celebrated my 75th birthday.
On the stitching front, I have not done much at all. The chart I was going to begin in 2015 was abandoned. I started and finished Cat Lessons for People by Lizzie*Kate.
I also started and finished There Goes the Neighborhood, Butterfly Garden, His Name is Jesus and Promise Me. I gave Promise Me to my daughter.
I only started and finished one project in 2016. That was a freebie that I found somewhere.
A couple of months ago I was gifted with the chart O Canada, by Jeanette Douglas, along with the thread pack for it, so I started it and hope to get it done by Canada's 150th birthday in July. It will be my focal piece and if I get it done will try to finish the Starburst Flag and Rejoice. They are my only remaining WIPs, since I gave World Peace Angel to my daughter to finish.
Since I watch very little TV any more, I do not do much stitching. Once the curling begins again I should get back to it more often, and then again in April baseball season begins, when I get a lot of it done. Since my close vision is so poor, I need a lot of light and once again my maglight. Hopefully after May I can get new glasses, if necessary. Right now my right eye does not see well at all.