I started in January one year, sitting in bed each night chewing a pen and wracking my brain
, self-consciously writing things I should be grateful for that day: 1.
I've been wracking my brain
trying to think of even one person in this country who is celebrating her 40th-with all the surprises God started sending her way from the end of her 39th anniversary!
And Wilson admitted: "I've been wracking my brain
ever since Saturday, trying to work out what went wrong.
"I kept asking myself, 'Why me?' Literally wracking my brain
trying to figure out who it is," the teacher mentioned in the letter was quoted by the NBC News as saying.
I would stand there wracking my brain
to even remember how the combination began.
Q I'VE been wracking my brain
trying to remember the Four Marys from the song...
HAVING not watched Channel 4 Racing while Attheraces was on the air, I have been wracking my brain
to put my
And then, with a jolt, I'm alone again, extricating myself from coffee-hour chitchat, maneuvering my car into traffic, wracking my brain
to remember the grocery list I left on the kitchen counter.
As I write this column in mid-December, I'm wracking my brain
for my silly beer entry at the club's annual Santa's Silli Biere Competition, which is just a week away.
Now, I've been wracking my brain
for the English equivalent of gigil, which could be, variously: annoyance, ire, irritation, dislike, or extreme exasperation.
He lied about seeing the offenders in a field behind the property, adding: "I'll be able to point them out to the officer." He went on: "I have been wracking my brain
and I cannot think I have been p***ing anyone off."
as er as Christine said: "When I got the letter I was really confused and I started ot ly ed wracking my brain
about where I had been out driving.
Because when I get a day off I just sit there wracking my brain
about what I can be doing.
I finished playing in 1988, before the alleged incidents arose, but I looked back on our hundreds of games together, wracking my brain
to remember one suspicious moment.
The list of excuses are endless and, after wracking my brains
to try and figure out why I put off doing stuff like this, I can only think that, in this case it's a bit of a fear of failure.