You are the one that I've been searching for my whole life through You are the one that I've been looking for and now that i have found you I'll never let you go, I'll hold you in my arms 'coz YOU ARE THE ONE I adored you Though I never laid my hands on you My eyes adored you (my eyes adore you).
Like you couldnt see a million miles away How I adored you So close (so close), so close and yet so far...
This thread is dedicated to Sam and Toni and the people who support them.
The Amboy from Ohio, USA meets the Sassy Girl from Taytay, Philippines.
Together, they worked towards their dream of opening up a restaurant, but when Ginny realized her own pursuits were different from his, she rejected his wedding proposal and left the country for a Masters degree in Architecture.
At present, Ginny co-owns a one-stop Architecture and Interior Design firm specializing in Restoration.
Starting Over Again is a Filipino romantic comedy film directed by Olivia M. It was produced and distributed by Star Cinema as part of its 20th anniversary.
According to Raymundo, her vision of the film was to stray away from traditional Filipino love stories (which are already too mainstream in the Philippine market) so the film was created with an aim to tell a love story with a twist.
After All the stops and starts, We keep coming back to these two hearts, Two angels who've been rescued from the fall. At the age of four years, Nikki was already singing and doing voiceovers for commercials.She graduated from Shekinah Christian Training Center in March 2005 as valedictorian.She is also well known for her lead portrayal as Jennifer "Jenny" La Peña in the 2012 remake of the 1990 radio serial of Salvador Royales's Mundo Man ay Magunaw, originally played by Jennifer Sevilla in the film version and was produced by SEIKO Films.Monica Pauline Gil (aka Nikki Gil) was born in Manila to Dino and Julie Gil. Born to a father who plays the piano and a mom who sang in a church choir, Nikki showed early signs of musical talent.The film was directed and produced by Olivia Lamasan, the woman behind successful films such as Madrasta (1996), Minsan, Minahal Kita (2000), Milan (2004), In My Life (2009), In the Name of Love (2011) and The Mistress (2012).