There were no fond farewells last night from former Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius as her successor, Gov. Mark Parkinson, was sworn in.
Sebelius was already off to Washington D.C. to be sworn in for her new job as Health and Human Services secretary, when Parkinson took his oath of office.
But apparently, Sebelius was thinking of Kansans and today her former office posted her farewell remarks on the governor’s website which still bears her mug. There is also a video available on the site.
Following is the transcript of her farewell remarks:
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Over 34 years ago, a young Kansan returning to his home state to practice law asked me to marry him and move to Kansas. I said yes, and left my job in Washington D.C. to marry Gary Sebelius. And I have loved every step of this amazing journey.