Well, Hitoames and Harolds life was full of happyness for almost 70 years, but even in the end she was not alone. She has all these bright and happy mamories of the time they spent together and the pleasure of seeing her son and his children grow up ))
Well, to say it short, when Jeane got pregnant, she disappeard for almost a year, so Morty wouldn't find out about the baby. When Jeane finally came back, she wanted to tell Morty about the baby and start a family with him, but at that time, he has already met his future wife Adelle, and was enganged to her. So Jeane decided to keep her mouth shut about their daugther Leia, who Morty didn't meet until 5 years later. When Morty and Adelle broke up, Morty wanted to get back together with Jeane, who had stayed single for almost 20 years, waiting for him. But at that time, Jeane had given up and moved on, finding herself a new mate. Kind of a sad story
In the fight against Deathwing, Leia and Morty was killed, though Jeane made sure that Morty was revived as a death knight, she could not do it to her own daugther. Leia didn't even pass the teens (she died when she was 18-19 years old)
There really are no words to adequately describe how perfect and painful this art is.
I'm struggling with this exact concept while writing my own character's story...compounded with my own personal belief that Draenei mate for life. I honestly can't decide whether she could cope with the prospect of facing millenia not only without him, but watching her children, and their children, and their children's children, etc. all constantly grow old and die. The few examples I've read in other fiction of "immortal" characters facing that prospect almost always ends in them choosing death.