Today I threw on my red bottoms (jeans that is…I wish I was talking about Louboutins) and headed up to Wrigleyville for the Chicago Cubs’ opening day and to support and document a great cause: Reverse the Curse.
Last year, Jeremy Freeman, created Reverse the Curse for two reasons:
1. To help break the Chicago Cubs’ curse and bring them to the World’s Series
2. To donate goats to families in developing countries to help enrich their lives
I had the pleasure of documenting Billy the Goat and the loyal Cubs fans today. Let me tell you, opening day brings out die-hard fans (and a handful of trained drinkers…ok a lot of drinkers).
There was an enormous amount of interest and support for Reverse the Curse, but if you weren’t able to experience it firsthand, please check out Reverse the Curse to purchase a t-shirt or to learn more about how you can help donate a goat to a family in need!
Enjoy the photos from our super fun (but somewhat chilly!) day in Wrigley! :)