Nina Reeves is finally reunited with the love of her life on General Hospital after he “found” her daughter, but I – Sybil the Psychic – plan to look into her future to see if she’s destined to have her heart smashed into pieces.
By examining my crystal ball, laying out the cards, and reading the tea leaves, I plan to predict what’s coming up for Nina (Michelle Stafford). 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 there are bright skies ahead for Nina with a hint of clouds approaching.
For the near future, love abounds as things intensify with her romantic interest. While there were initial problems with Valentin (James Patrick Stuart), things move at lightning speed and she will feel like she’s experiencing complete bliss.
But as wonderful as things seem to be for Nina, it looks like things could get complicated when someone else comes to town — someone who means a great deal to Nina.
A Few Weeks Down The Line
Nina chose the Five of Swords’s Tarot card. Unfortunately, this card is closely associated with defeat. Not just your average kind, but one that will be traumatic, and she will need to retreat and regroup.
The card also warns of a potential to get caught in a cycle. If she handles defeat with grace and moves on, success may follow.
As far as the past, being honest with herself is what can bring success. For the present, an unrealistic attitude may be what leads her to experience defeat, and as for the future, it reiterates that if she handles her defeat with grace, success will soon follow.
Further Into the Future
In reading his tea leaves, I, Sybil the Psychic, spot a palm tree, which indicates a single person, such as Nina, will learn of marriage. There is no guarantee that it will be Nina who will be getting married and not someone close to her, but the chances are looking very good! But will that be after the defeat — or before?
General Hospital (GH) airs weekdays on ABC. Check your local listings for airtimes.