Are you a woman? (I'm guessing so because of 'Erin'). The rest of this post assumed you are.
Don't take a statin. They are evil and do farm more harm than good.
First up, the good news. Don't worry about high total cholesterol. In women, it's INVERSELY related to all cause mortality in women (meaning, the higher your total cholesterol is, the less likely you are to die). You should NOT worry about your high total cholesterol.
Now, the bad news. I'm sorry, but your cholesterol ratios are fairly bad. The key problem is your low LDL, since it's the denominator in all three ratios (TotC/HDL, Trig/HDL and LDL/HDL).
My reccomendations are
a. Raise your HDL by eating more saturated fat (particularly animal/dairy fat). This will also increase your LDL, but whatever.
b. Lower your LDL by increasing thyroid function, with Iodine and Selenium (your thyroid increases the number of LDL receptors you have, which is what takes LDL out of circulation. This is particularly important since the longer LDL circulates in your system the more likely it becomes damaged by oxidation.
c. Lower your Trigs by decreasing carbohydrate intake. Trig/HDL is an indicator of LDL particle size, so the lower this is the less likely you will have the bad oxidised LDL floating around
If you want to read more, there's the excellent primer in my sig. And Peter Attia wrote a massive series of blog posts about it.
p.s. Don't take a statin.