Now it?s tears of joy



ABOUT this time two years ago, Brad Little found himself in a living nightmare. This year, with the help of someone special, he created a magical moment. When Bali was rocked by bomb blasts at two popular night spots at Kuta Beach on October 12, 2002, Brad was at his home just 15 minutes away. Moving to Bali from Coffs Harbour to help run a Christian Boardriding Club, Brad spent many of the following days comforting and visiting the victims. Since then, Bali has rebuilt itself, and proving that happier times can exist, on August 31, Brad married his Balinese bride, Siska. Joining Brad and Siska on their special day a 20 plus group, which included the Little family and friends, made the flight from Coffs Harbour to be part of the touching wedding ceremony. Brad's mother Leslie would like to thank all those who made the effort to be a part of the day, especially his 80-year-old grandmother. "It made Brad so happy that many of his mates travelled from Coffs Harbour and other parts of Australia to be there," Leslie said.



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