Love is a verb.
Quick grammar lesson. A verb is an action word. A doing word. Not a noun. Here, look. I got some love. Even in instances where we use it like a noun, such as, My love for you is never ending. It’s used like a noun, but the noun must imply the nature of love the verb. My love (the ability to be loving, act towards you with love) is never ending. Nope. Not a noun. Verb-o-matic. You do it.
Not a flippant verb, either. I love your dress, I love this weather, I love jelly doughnuts. You would not act towards these things with actual love, the verb. I love your dress so much that I would protect it from dishonour. I love this weather so much that I would stand by it even in crises. I love jelly doughnuts so much that I would dash in front of a moving vehicle to save it from harm.
Love is a verb. An act of the will.
Just do it. Don’t wait until you feel like it.