How are u feeling about ur fiance or fiancee....
I think you need to work on your sentence formation, including proper grammar.
I have neither. And, this particular topic is under creative writing? You make no sense.
Btw- Welcome to HubPages! Do try to read more about it, it would be really helpful.
I agree with Cagsil. With us mentioning your grammar and sentence structure tendencies, we aren't intending to be rude (unlike most websites' comment sections--where people are only too eager to verbally attack and mock one another); rather, we intend it as constructive criticism. I'd like to think of HubPages as a place where proper English should trump most of the other social sites---sites where the English language is continually butchered.
Sometimes it feels awful and sometimes it feels awesome! that's my fiancee in one sentence!lol!
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