Small trailing and bright green bulbous
It is not very big. The little buds on it are shaped almost like little hersheys kisses. The other one is bright green. It has short fat little leaves.
The trailing one looks like it could be a really shriveled Senecio rowleyanus, the string of pearls plant. Once they get watered, they plump up over night.
Look closely, and you'll see a little clear window which is where the light goes in and they can photosynthesize. See more about this plant at the bottom of this page: Miscellaneous Succulent Plants
The chubby guy seems to be some kind of Sedum, but I don't recognize it. There are many tender ones, which are not frost hardy, so it could be one of those. The closest I can come up with is Sedum rubrotinctum; the colors are wrong for that, but similar shape.
Happy Succulent Growing!