In English, “a walk in the park” is supposed to mean “a task or activity that is easy or effortless to accomplish”. In winter, the definition might need some adjustment… ;-)
We had our first snowstorm of the year here in the night between Tuesday and Wednesday. We did not actually get all that much snow, but I could see from my windows yesterday that it was still very windy. I had a lot of indoor things to do that day anyway (including laundry), so didn’t go out. Today was cold but sunny, and the wind had calmed down; so I ventured out for a while around noon. As the streets were icy and I didn’t really need to go anywhere special, I just went for a slow walk around the park very close to where I live (more to be out for a while in the daylight than for “exercise”). Even so, I took one of my Nordic walking poles for extra security… It wasn’t all that slippery actually, but the statue of the boy on the turtle is still a good illustration of how I always feel about walking on icy streets! At the same time, though, the white snow does brighten things up a bit.