Way to take the pressure off, LTea.
I don’t know how I would initially react, because I have never been in a situation remotely similar.
Assuming, I didn’t freak out and do something stupid, the following is what I would probably do next.
I would drive to town to get supplies. Once I got there, I would have to do a lot of walking because the roads would be blocked in many places.
Then I would find a place that would be more practical in a world without power companies than my own house.
That should not be difficult, as people where I live frequently have woodstoves rather than central heating, and there is a not insignificant Amish community nearby.
Depending on the time of year, I would do my best to dehydrate, can, or freeze any fresh food products I could.
I doubt I would be thinking of repopulating humanity in time to visit the nearest sperm bank (over six hundred miles away), and I would probably assume that there were others left somewhere that I just don’t know about. In time, I would try to look for them.
As I would not have to contend with anyone else for resources, I would have a supply of non-perishable goods to last me a lifetime.
I would also raise some animals and try small scale farming, and perhaps learn to do it on a larger scale as well–in the unlikely event that I ever felt the need.
Game is abundant where I live, and I shouldn’t have a problem obtaining enough ammunition to last me forever.
I would likely keep more than one pet. Cats and dogs for companionship and to keep the mice away, and donkeys to scare off the wolves.
I would probably talk with God quite a bit too.
Between animals for physical companionship, and God and books for mental companionship, I would hope to remain in relative sanity for most of my days.
Much of my day would be spent working. I would need to collect wood for winter, tend my gardens and livestock, preserve food, and try to keep my home clean and well-lit.
I happen to know where a bee farmer lives nearby and would keep bees.
Clothing would not be a concern.
There would probably be greater consequences of the loss of humanity, but I would be powerless to stop them.