Your washer fluid tank got disconnected from the 2 little hoses running to it. I made a thread a while back about fixing this.
I pulled my front bumper the first time and actually made a video and took pics.
Recently it came off again and I fixed it by removing some of the plastic panels on passenger side right behind rear bumper.
If you know how it plugs straight back onto the washer pump.. it can be done without removing the bumper. I did it while laying on my back in -10 degree weather about a month ago.
Was a pain in the ass mostly because of the neck craning action involved, but only took like 15 minutes.
You need to pull the center plastic panel, then a couple clips on the side panels and squeeze your arms up in there.
This hose disconnecting is a common problem on this car. If I ever pull my bumper again, I'm going to epoxy the little connector in place.
Edit: found the thread for you (has pics of the connector and how it disconnects from washer tank pump):
I can also send you the factory service manual for this car when I get home. Brake replacement is simple. Watch YouTube videos of any Civic, or pretty much any new car with disc brake. Search 'disk brake pad replacement'. It's simple!