And we're ready for him!
The house is decorated for Easter. This sign hangs in the kitchen. I found it at Homegoods and was quite pleased with it (considering he's holding cotton - a crop known in the South - I guess that's a nod to his nickname).
The glass front cabinets in the kitchen have also been changed out with pastel serveware, which seems Easter-y. As has been mentioned previously, disregard the 3,000 pound jar of beans. It's too heavy to change out for seasonal decor. :-)
Here's a close up of the three little birds that are beside said 1 1/2 ton jar o' beans. I got them at World Market this year and paid full price for them (I cannot resist birds), but considering it is merely a few days before Easter, I'm sure they are on sale now if you are interested in purchasing your own:
And a closeup of the giant cardboard nesting egg:
Here's the centerpiece in the dining room. Our dining room is red, so for years, I had a hard time decorating in that room for Easter. This year, I was fortunate enough to come across a tablecloth with a floral pattern that had pinks, reds, and yellows in it. That really helped to bring things together.
The eggs are stuffed and ready for the annual Walkush Family Easter Egg Hunt on Sunday. And until we're actually using them, they serve as decor too: