Go to the scene of the accident in order to ask and see if there is anyone hurt.
Find a phone and call 911, report the accident, then wait at the scene, and tell the help that arrives that you were the one who
Think, "If that were me I would be hoping that the person who caused the accident has insurance for my sake."
Stay as far away from the wreck as possible, because it might blow up or someone might ask you for help.
Find a phone and call 911, report the accident, then wait away from the scene to see that help arrives
You drop the book in the book drop, and hope that the accountant forgot to fine your account.
You return the book personally and pay the fine at the desk at the same time.
You drop the book in the book drop. The next time you are at the desk the librarian informs you that you have a $3.00 fine, so you pay it.
You drop the book in the book drop. The next time you are at the desk the librarian informs you that you have a $3.00 fine, so you tell the librarian that you are in a financial crisis and cannot pay the fine, even though it is not true.
You don't return the book, and ignore all of the fine letters, and do not even go near the library until you think that they have forgotten all about it.
Gosh, what if volunteering really catches on and then what if it becomes mandatory or something?
Gee, I'd like to help, but what if I make a commitment, and then I find something I'd really like to be doing during that time?
I'll call my friend tomorrow, and make a time to go and help. After I actually do it I can brag about it like my friend does.
I will schedule a time to help. I'll feel better about myself when I do.
I will help out 1 hour a week, because there is a need and I can always make time to help out.
Can be alone for short periods of time, after that I really need to be with someone else or others.
Can be alone, and when I am with people I prefer to be with "positive" optomisitc people.
Always choose to be with another person (people) rather than to be alone.
Am not lonely, when I am alone. Sometimes, I choose to be alone.
Can be alone, and I prefer to be with people who at least tell me that they can live with me.
Ask for a meeting with the supervisor/teacher and explain what you have done, and that you would like to discuss options on how to solve the problem that you created.
Tell the people in your group that the mess up wasn't your fault. That you are still investigating, and that you think that the dog had something to do with it.
Ask for a group meeting with the teacher/supervisor present, so that you can discuss the mess that we have created.
Quietly drop out of the group, and go about your work/class as if you were never a part of any of it.
Only admit to it only if it saves your job/grade, when questioned about your part in the mess.
Others will think I'm odd/wierd.
I will lose the love and respect of others.
The world will end as I know it.
I know that others would be laughing with me.
Then everyone will be watching me to to see if I am okay.