When David heard this story first he was quite certain that he had never tried to escape, but I told him to think back
hard, pressing his hands to his temples, and when he had done this hard, and even harder, he distinctly remembered a youthful desire to return to the tree-tops, and with that memory came others, as that he had lain in bed planning to escape as soon as his mother was asleep, and how she had once caught him half-way up the chimney.
I think back
to not that long ago, and I didn't think it was possible to be out.
I do think back
to that year but I don't think back
to that time in Gotzis and how I felt because that was a horrible feeling," said 26-yearold Ennis.
TO every football fan waking up in pain at the thought of their club's league position, think back
a decade, then chew on this sentence: "Manchester City's owner has reassured his manager that, even if he gets knocked out of the Champions League by Bayern Munich, he won't be considered a failure, as long as he lifts the Premier League in May.
to the riots in the summer, think back
to what happened in the 1980s, and business is saying ''However tough, Government, youth unemployment is something we must not let get out of hand'.
to a time when you have played a critical tee shot badly and how tight and anxious you felt moments before the shot as the pressure mounted, did you feel relaxed and your muscles free from tension?
I just think back
on all the great times I had skating, whether it was skating with Karl Watson at 3rd and Army, talking with Rob Welsh at the Novato skatepark, or getting chewed out by Clyde Singleton at Pier 7 for getting in his way.
Caerphilly Council leader Lindsay Whittle said: "When the Labour Club opened, I think back
in the 1960s, people used to queue up to get in.
THE people of Liverpool are today proud to be Liverpudlian because of allwe have achieved in these latter years but instead of certain individuals constantlymaking bad remarks aboutMargaret Thatcher and her government, they should think back
and remember itwas her sending in MichaelHeseltine back in the 80swho started the ball rolling to achieve whatwe have today.
It read: "I'm excited when I think back
to all the beautiful moments that we've shared.
I can just imagine his banking colleagues and the police asking him: "Now think back
All too often, people as part of their grieving will think back
with the regret, "if only" I had done this, said that, or had not done, or said something to their loved one.