Elizabeth is devastated now that Franco no longer remembers her on General Hospital, but I – Sybil the Psychic – plan to look into her future to see if there is any hope for them to find their way back to each other.
By examining my crystal ball, laying out the cards, and reading the tea leaves, I plan to predict what’s coming up for Liz (Rebecca Herbst). But I make no promises because let’s face it – it’s not an exact science (and I’m not really that… talented). Okay, it’s time to dig in.
The crystal ball shows that things have become quite dark for Liz as she worries that she has lost the Franco (Roger Howarth) she knows and loves to this new empty shell that only has Drew’s (Billy Miller) memories.
The crystal ball can see there are tough times ahead for Liz but there is a silver lining in that her boys will rally to her side, and she learns exactly who her true friends are as several of them show how much they care about her during this trying time. But will things with Franco get better? Let’s see what the cards have to say.
A Few Weeks Down The Line
Liz chose the Five of Swords card, which indicates conflict in her life. Worse yet, it is closely associated with defeat. It is likely that the defeat will be traumatic for Liz, and she will need to retreat and regroup. Handle defeat with quiet grace, move forward, and success will come to her.
As for the past, in order for Liz to succeed, she must be honest with herself. For her present, an unrealistic attitude may cause her to experience defeat and feel pain. She needs to adjust her expectations in order to move past this conflict.
As for her future, she needs to take her losses with grace and do not give in to despair; she can create victory from the results of any defeat. Liz can do this!
Further Into the Future
In reading his tea leaves, I, Sybil the Psychic, spot a bird — a sign of good luck. If flying, there’s good news from the direction it comes. If at rest, a fortunate journey. General Hospital (GH) airs weekdays on ABC. Check your local listings for airtimes.