The fun thing about having so many plants is that I always have flowers. This is a little succulent called Echeveria minima. It's related to the common hens-and-chicks (Sempervivum) that are found in many outdoor gardens, but Echevaria will not tolerate extended freezing temperatures. I have this inside under lights for the winter with the rest of the cactus and succulents.
I got this from Home Depot (or Lowes, can't remember which, but a big box store in any case) about three months ago, just because it was so cute. Some types of Echeveria get huge, but this one stays small.
It came in a 2.5" pot, and looked fairly miserable in its little ball of dried out and compacted peat soil. I repotted it into a coarse, well-draining medium and a 3.5" pot. It quickly perked up, started growing, and is now blooming on two spikes!
The flowers are pretty, understated and subtle. However, I most particularly like how the flower in this photograph, from this angle, looks like a sideways penguin-squid.