I've updated my seed inventory spreadsheet and, thanks to Dan for his help, I actually published it through Google Docs. It still isn't quite complete, as I have seeds sitting in my Washington PO box, and still must purchase seed potatoes and onion plants. The following are just seeds for the veggie garden, I've not yet done a spreadsheet on my flower seeds.
I'm way overextended in the tomato seed department again this year, but if they all grow, maybe I'll just put a table in the driveway with a donation can, and maybe make enough for new seeds for next year. I'm up in the air on whether I really want to do it, but think I might give it a try.
Some of my seeds are getting old (marked with *), and I didn't do anything special to preserve them. I now know a cardboard shoe box isn't the best way to keep them, so from now on they will go into moisture proof containers in the freezer. I'm not expecting great germination from the 2008 seeds.
Notice that you can scroll to the right for columns for seed year and my 2010 costs.