While you may or may not be guilty of this egregious and oh-so-grievous sin, you probably have been in close proximity to one who has.
So very, very close.
Close enough for them to step on your sore feet, willy-nilly.
- : to dance or tread clumsily
Photo by Tomascastelazo via Wikimedia Commons.
Are you one? A nemophilist, that is?
I suspect you are.
No, it’s not a lover of the little fish from the Pixar film, though we like him, too.
Photo by zannaland via Wikimedia Commons.
Here’s a hint:
photo by Jason Sturner – Rockefeller Forest, Humboldt Redwoods State Park – Coast Redwood (Sequoia sempervirens) via Wikimedia Commons
- A person who loves or is fond of woods or forests.
Mid 19th century; earliest use found in The Atlantic Monthly.
Ah ha! A lover of woods and forests. Fireplace smoke, pinecones, needle-coated hiking trails, shady glens, and majestic firs … what’s not to love?
Hi, my name’s MaryJane, and I’m a nemophilist.
There is no cure.