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If you asked Yanni what's love got to do with it, she'd answer without hesitation "Absolutely Everything"
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This weeks featured power couple is Shawneka and Sean Tillman. Shawneka is the owner of Ambitious Nails and Lips Bar. (1545 E. 82nd Street, Chicago, IL) Ambitious Nails and Lips Bar recently had their grand opening and I was honored to not only share in the wonderful event, but I was even more honored to observe the before, during and after opening. What I saw was nothing but teamwork, love, commitment, more love and support. It is refreshing to see a young couple building the foundation of long lasting love. Especially in a generation that doesn't necessarily believe in love. I quietly watched how he took care of her without taking care of her. Making sure that Shawneka had what she needed, when she needed it. I'm sure that it wasn't easy pulling together a Nail & Lip bar from scratch, but with her vision, his help with the design, this team is destined for success and Making Love Better TwoGether. Please stop by and experience a manicure, pedicure, brows, lashes, make up, custom lipsticks and or lipgloss. You will not be disappointed.
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Thank you so much for visiting with us. It is our goal to uplift and inspire relationships out of, in and with love. We believe that it will take all of us collectively "Making Love Better TwoGether" to strengthen the foundation of friendships, relationships, marriages, families and communities.
Romance is about the possibility of the thing. You see, it's about the time between when you first meet the woman, and when you first make love to her; When you first ask a woman to marry you, and when she says I do. When people who been together a long time say that the romance is gone, what they're really saying is they've exhausted the possibility. Darius Lovehall~ Love Jones (1997)
Each week we like to feature a couple that is Making Love Better TwoGether by any mean necessary.