But I think if two people love each other, they. . .um . . . care more about the other person than themselves. If two people love each other, they want the other person to have the biggest helping of ice cream, the best seat in the theatre, the most comfortable chair.
Wow... what a beautiful way to put it.. I think this is one of the better ways I've seen love explained.
I loved the whole part where Casey finds out about Magic. The three patroni and the fight with the Dementors was really thrilling.
And I was grinning like an idiot as I read the scenes at the Burrow.
Such a fantastic chapter!
That explanation of "true love" is the way I explained it to our children when they were growing up, and the way my husband and I fee about each other, still, after 35 years of marriage. It really IS the best definition of love, especially if you include the part I may have left out about being willing to give your life for your loved one. My hubby, when we were first talking about love, told me that was his idea of love, being willing to die for the one you love. And the way he behaves toward me and toward our children when they're around (they're married adults now and live in other states) fills the rest of the definition.
I'm so glad you enjoyed the chapter! Thanks a lot for a fun review!
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