So, here's my advice --
Nothing, NOTHING in your vagina tonight.
My water "broke" well before I started labor. One way to check on this, would be to lay down naked for an hour. Make sure you're not shifting much, and keep yourself horizontal. Have a bowl handy. But if you're leaking, the amniotic fluid will sometimes pool in your vagina. When you go to get up, have that bowl handy, and see if you can catch any more fluid quickly. Basically, jump up and over the bowl!
It sounds like you probably lost your mucous plug, and could possibly have a leak of forewaters. But if you can save that liquid in the bowl, then it's most likely amniotic fluid. And at the very least, it's very handy to have because you can take it in and get it tested. No guesswork, and then you can keep hands and test strips out of your vagina because, LOOK, you've caught some in a handy dandy bowl!
I would NOT rush in to the hospital unless it was a big gush. And even then, I still wouldn't rush in, to be honest. Try the bowl trick and see if you can get more. Amniotic fluid smells a little sweet, and will sometimes have little white flecks in it (the vernix that covers baby).
I'd also start taking 1000mg of vitamin C every 2-4 hours to keep your immune system in tip top shape. If you start to feel hot (like with fever), that could be a sign of infection, and then you'd want to go in right away. And again, keep things out of your vagina!
If you do decide to go to the hospital, many hospitals have a "clock" about when your water breaks, and by what time you "have" to have the baby. You might fudge the details on the time you noticed the possible water break if this is the case. Also, remember that you can absolutely refuse induction methods, and that the more cervical checks you have, the more likely an infection is to occur. My midwife won't do vaginal exams at all once waters have broken, unless labor is well, well established. Other options in this situation would be to insist on monitoring -- IE, they can monitor your temp and baby's vitals for quite a while vs. just starting you on Pitocin.
You've got options. Get that awesome DH of yours on board, keep yourself healthy, and... SQUEE!! This might be the start of labor
(Wow, sorry, that was SO lengthy. This is the first real time I've had on here all day)