Regina Osteen Lynn began her family literacy journey in 1988 at age 29 with her three-year-old son, RL. Regina found a pamphlet in her door describing the Madison County Kenan Family Literacy Program. Transportation was provided, and Regina and RL were able to ride the same bus as Regina’s three older children: Mike (age 11), Misty (age eight), and Megan (age six). The Madison County Kenan Family Literacy Program empowered Regina and helped her find her voice. Today, Regina maintains a blog and is writing a book. Regina’s family is now grown, and she is so proud of her children and grandchildren. Regina can clearly see the generational impact of family literacy in their lives.