About this Blog

This blog covers my son Greg's final battle with melanoma from (July 10, 2009 – March 8, 2010). This blog is named D-Day Minus because Greg loved military history and the name would feed his wry sense of humor.

D-Day is an unnamed day on which an operation or offensive is to be launched. The most famous D-Day is the Invasion of Normandy on June 5, 1944.

My most memorable D-Day was March 8, 2010, when Greg launched his final offensive operation on this planet. He made the transition full throttle with his boots on: mission complete. In his wake, he inspired thousands to believe in zebras (miracles), and led a very successful and full life in his short 25 years.

I will be adding content about frequently asked questions regarding Greg's experience with melanoma, Believing in Zebras, and the future as this blog evolves. Until then, keep believing in zebras.

Believe in Zebras.  Believe in Miracles.  We do.