Here are four flats of seedlings in front of a south facing window in my office; greens (right rear), one planted with peppers/eggplant, and two planted with tomatoes. Most of the greens (beets, basil, chard, lettuce, arugula, mustard, collards) are up and growing, and it is day 5 since planting. I don't expect to see anything happening in the others until the weekend. Below are some closeups of the action. The greens flat is no longer receiving bottom heat; the sheet of Saran Wrap loosely covered the emerging seedlings to conserve moisture and heat.
One of the big challenges to planting is finding the seeds I need....this is one of the places where seed is stored. Some are in covered glass or plastic vials, some in coin envelopes, some in small poly bags. In other areas, they are ordered by the time received; all seeds get a number when purchased or received from other gardeners. They are also numbered when saved (so there are two different numbering conventions used). Below are a few other pics of seed storage and my tomato information library.
The to-do list now turns to getting the garage ready for the greens flat (clearing off the workbench and positioning the lights for close proximity to the flat), planting the final tomato flat, and one more look through the options to see what other things I wish to start for this season.