I'll add a voice to the welcome wagon, but needing to be here isn't the high point of one's life.
I am a bit younger, and single as well. I got the house ready - moved stuff that would be in the way with the catheter tube & bag (that tube will hang on anything sticking out, and you will know it immediately), stocked the kitchen with easy, microware type stuff (the doc forbade actual cooking while on pain killers - don't want to set yourself or the house on fire), made sure everything was clean, extra clean sheets, extra cheap pillows to keep me from rolling over on the catheter, all the shopping done (I bought pads and depends which I burned through fast, and still have to use), arranged the kitchen and bathroom to not require leaning over for anything (you won't be able to do that for a while). Got one of the "grabbers". If you drop something, it may just have to stay there for a while.
See the "List" posted by English Alf at the top of the forum, it has a lot of good ideas from our various adventures.
I had family come into town for the trip to the hospital and stay. I was in the hospital 4 days after DaVinci - yes, everyone says "wow, came home the next day", but it did not work out that way for me. They stayed with me a week - until the catheter came out. For the several weeks after that, I begged on friends and neighbors ("if you have reason to go to the store, don't forget me"). Made friends with the folks at the local grocery, and discovered they were happy to repackage things, cut stuff up, whatever they could to help. Got a friend to take me to the followup.
Once I was released to drive, things settled down.
If you don't have any home support, check on your insurance. I had allowance, but did not use it, for a visiting nurse-type arrangement for a few days after discharge.
Enough for now - Welcome again!