"My grandmother died, Oma. She was 93. She lived a long, great life. I loved being with Oma at all times, she was completely pure and honest. She was so unlike anything else. She was my barometer of truth. I always brought Oma around to meet people, just to hear her immediate take on them. She was so unaffected. She’d give me her opinion, no matter what was going on. Sometimes I’d ask Oma, ‘Isn’t it great now, all this stuff happening in my life?’ And she’d say, ‘Don’t you worry about that. Take a break. Be a bricklayer. Work with your hands. You’ll love it. Step back and reflect on what’s going on in your life. Appreciate it.’"— Leo

March  9   ( 1386 )   +
  1. everybody-walk-the-dinosaur reblogged this from just-leo-dicaprio
  2. 1967impalasareconvenientlycool reblogged this from dicapriotastic
  3. forhundredseconds reblogged this from indyel
  4. indyel reblogged this from mickeysmth
  5. amor--vita reblogged this from dicapriotastic
  6. weaponofvanity218 reblogged this from tigerlilylmr
  7. tigerlilylmr reblogged this from mickeysmth
  8. mickeysmth reblogged this from valarmorghilus
  9. loveisleo reblogged this from leodicapriomybiglove
  10. twerksauce-jive reblogged this from everybody-walk-the-dinosaur
  11. lilbitnervous reblogged this from just-leo-dicaprio
  12. awkwardnproud reblogged this from thisgirllovesmindlessthings
  13. thisgirllovesmindlessthings reblogged this from young-leo-old-leo
  14. ivxixmcmxcvi reblogged this from dicapriotastic
  15. leodicaprioswife reblogged this from dicaprioandphoenix
  16. lou-natic-about-harry reblogged this from dicapriotastic
  17. suckmydicaprio reblogged this from dicapriotastic
  18. emilylombardi reblogged this from beautifuleonardo
HW