How tragic is it to go to one of your favorite places on earth and there learn that some of life's ugliness can make an appearance. Just because we don't see it doesn't mean it isn't there. Megan May saw racism for the first time and learned that while she hadn't noticed it before, it had been present. Megan is a Kitsap Regional Library employee and frequent storyteller at Story Night. This story comes from the Sept. 2, 2015 Story Night event. The theme was "offended."