I agree essentially with the advice and comments already posted, but I have another concern, namely "purchased two quarts of 5W-20 and a bottle of stop leak fluid so I would be good for the drive home." The stop-leak fluids with which I am familiar are made for automotive radiators, not for the engine's crankcase.
Did you add this stuff to the engine along with the un-needed motor oil?
You didn't actually tell us that you poured the stop-leak into the engine, but then again, you never actually told us that you added the oil either!
If you added stop-leak to the engine, I don't think that your engine is going to run much longer before some catastrophic damage becomes obvious. Please reassure us that you didn't pour radiator stop leak into the engine!