Gov. Maggie Hassan was sworn into office Jan. 3, 2013 as New Hampshire's 81st governor. She delivered an inaugural address thereafter.
Although a picture is worth 1,000 words, so they say, Hassan's speech clocked in at 2,888 words, for the record. Here's a "word cloud" of her remarks, based on the frequency of certain words showing up in the text of her prepared remarks.
You can read the full speech here.
Some of the words appearing most frequently are: people, work, businesses, education, citizens, innovation, government and community.
What word or words would you use to describe the Granite State's priorities and/or the work ahead?