A third website, Avacara, has approached me about syndicating my content onto their site. I am honored, really, that my terrible little story, which is not at all special or uncommon, moves people that much. (It is also on alzcare.net and Wellsphere.)
I also just received an award for this blog, although the award's web page is not up yet. The site medicalassistantschools.org has honored me with a "2010 Top 25 Alzheimer Blogs award" which is pretty exciting.
Of course I remain ranked #1 on Google if you search for "Alzheimer's blog" (or "Alzheimers blog") which is just amazing. People pay huge amounts of money to get to the first page on Google's results. And I am at the very top on merit. It's humbling.
I'd trade it all to have a functioning, happy, living father. Although it is nice to be able to say "I am an award-winning, syndicated, top-ranked blogger" with full honesty.
(Badges are forthcoming for the syndication and the award; they'll be up on the sidebar as soon as I have access to them.)
Update (9-27-2010) Avacara wanted full ownership of my posts with no compensation (ie, they wanted the copyright) so that's not going to happen.