We just finished the concert.
It was great as usual.
The energy and atmosphere was great!
And the fans... that was the best part of all.
I love how we are so close with them.
I know we will never take them for granted.
Now the only thing on my mind was getting back to see Drew.
I had to tell her the truth.
Let it all out.
The closer and closer we get, the more nervous I'm getting.
My palms sweaty.
My legs won't stop shaking.
Then we pulled into the hospital entrance.
How I looked.
I was a complete mess!
I decided I should probably take a look at myself before I go see Drew.
I want to make sure I don't look completely ridiculous before I go see her.
Once we pulled out, the first thing I did was get out of the car.
I was that excited!
I started to walk pretty fast.
Not run I don't want to look like an idiot at a hospital.
I want to look casual.
And don't stand out!
Especially if any fans spot me here.
I got closer.
Closer and closer.
Then before I headed into her room, there was a mirror on the wall.
I had to make sure I looked normal.
I looked decent, I thought.
Then I headed toward the room.
She was wide awake.
Which I was very surprised by that.
Is all I said with a smile.
Then I made my way over to her bed.
"How was the concert?"
She said sounding fully interested.
"Good. Fans were amazing as usual."
"That's good. I'm glad you didn't sing your pretty little face off like I said."
Then she started to pat my head.
I didn't mind it though.
I thought it was cute.
So is she.
Then I knew it was now or never.
"Drew. I have something to tell you."
"What is it?"
"It's something very important!"
Then she looked into my eyes.
And didn't let go of the gaze.
I then grabbed her hand and told her the truth.
"Drew ... I. I love you."