Diane Lyn


Email: Diane@todays1019.com

See The Real Capt Jack Sparrow At Disney

I talked about this on my Fresh Buzz report today, now see the video of how Johnny Depp surprised Disneyland guests during the Pirates of the Caribbean ride. Check out the pic on the blog, is that the REAL Jack Sparrow with me or not?

Today’s 101.9–04/28/2017

Wearing The Same Pajamas Every Night Is Not Healthy

I am guilty of this! My PJS are like broken in jeans you wear all the time. According to Little Things, we should wear fresh jammies. Here are a couple of gross reasons why…

Today’s 101.9–04/24/2017

Tax Day Freebies And Deals

From USA Today is a list of freebies, specials and deals for you today!

Today’s 101.9–04/18/2017

Hershey Gardens With The New Butterfly House

During my birthday weekend, my hubby and I toured the Hershey Gardens, tulips were blooming! And the new butterfly arboretum was so cool! Check out my pic gallery here..

Today’s 101.9–04/17/2017

The Way Kids Do Easter…

According to the National Confectioners Association, more than half of children get up before dawn to check out their Easter baskets.

Today’s 101.9–04/14/2017

Maryland Retro Easter: Log Cabin Candy

When I was a kid, the “Easter Bunny” would shop at this chocolatier in Fallston. Still there after 54 years, what is the history of Log Cabin Candies? Check out the pics below…

Today’s 101.9–04/12/2017

Why Do We Have Hot Cross Buns For Easter

The hot cross buns are one of the earliest Easter traditions. How did it start?

Today’s 101.9–04/11/2017

(Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Check Out Your Easter Candy Personality

Here’s what your favorite Easter candy says about you…

Today’s 101.9–04/10/2017

SOMMERKAHL, GERMANY - APRIL 07: Freshly-painted Easter eggs lie in cartons at the Lueck poultry farm on April 7, 2011 in Sommerkahl near Aschaffenburg, Germany. The farm is currently working 24-hour shifts to meet demand for its brightly-coloured eggs two weeks before Easter.

No Mess Easter Egg Dye

I get so much useful advise from you on the show. These egg dying techniques are to die for! Check out April’s advice on Easter eggs..

Today’s 101.9–04/07/2017

WARMINSTER, PA - APRIL 18: Pink and yellow Marshmallow Peeps are seen April 18, 2003 in Warminster, Pennsylvania. Just Born, the manufacturer of Marshmallow Peeps, is celebrating the 50th anniversary of Marshmallow Peeps, and now produces more than one billion individual Peeps per year. Last Easter, more than 700 million Marshmallow Peeps and Bunnies were consumed by men, women, and children throughout the United States. Strange things people like to do with Marshmallow Peeps: eat them stale, microwave them, freeze them, roast them and use them as a pizza topping. Marshmallow Peeps and Bunnies come in five colors. (Photo by William Thomas Cain/Getty Images)

Easter Peeps On Pizza: ‘Peepza’ Is The New Craze

Replace your pineapple on your pizza, for Peeps!



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