Keep a couple of things in mind. The "e" in eGFR stands for estimated. And it is especially not always that great for smaller people, especially women. And many labs and docs don't really care about the eGFR unless it is less than 60. My lab doesn't even give a number if it is above 60.
And as for the "stages", they aren't really that helpful. To be honest, there was probably about 20 years between my being in stage 2 (and the stages didn't exits in those days) and dialysis. And that was in the days before ACE and ARBs and all sorts of other things.
it is possible that with some care and luck, whatever tiny amount of kidney issues you have may stay stable for the bulk of your life.
To just give a bit of background, I was dxd in '66, had protein in my urine in '77, went on dialysis in 2001 and got my currently working kidney from my cousin in 2002. Just celebrated my dozen year anniversary with it and I'm doing quite well. So take heart, you are going to be ok.