Love is not just a “feeling”. It is not just butterflies and a quickening heartbeat. Love is cleaning up vomit off the bathroom floor when they were too sick to make it to the toilet. Love is bringing you Tylenol when you are too sick from the flu to get out of bed and get it yourself. Love is waiting in the ER for someone for 4 hours even when you knew they only had a common cold. Love is literally crying on each others shoulders and wiping the tears off each others cheeks. Love is holding their hair back when you had a little bit too much to drink. Love is rushing home to each other just to tell one another about your plain old boring day. Love is spending those days just cuddling on the couch eating soup and watching Netflix and being perfectly content with that. Love is staying up until 2.am talking about everything and nothing at all. Love is showing someone your darkest and rawest feelings and getting nothing but a listening ear and an understanding mind in return. Love is when you work so hard just to make sure that the other person is comfortable and taken care of. Love is washing their dirty laundry and doing each others dishes. Love is motivating you to do well in college and praising you when you did well on your finals. Love is massaging legs after they worked all day. Love is more than just a “feeling”.