Sebelius clings to her net mementos

The Huffington Post asked 12 “highly successful” women what “five things they keep nearby to help them get the job done.” Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius’ items included family photos, a framed pen used by President Obama to sign the health care act, a sign from a great-aunt reading “It Can Be Done,” and something of particular interest to people in Kansas, where Sebelius was governor from 2003 to 2009: “Pieces of the Big 12 net, the regional championship net and the national championship net, sent to me by coach Bill Self after the Kansas Jayhawks won the NCAA Men’s Championship in 2008.”