Well I see you have a B.S. so thats good, however this is Nursing, which is in itself intense. Good to see the expenses aren't an issue, so either work. One thing I would mention, is if you happen to not get the required C in a course there, usually the program will make you wait a full year before retaking the course (the next time the class is taught), so if you happen to not do well your stuck for a year before you can do anything, and ABSNs aren't usually transferable to other programs.
I myself am a ADN student, and have my first BSN fin health sciences. Its tough to do nursing, and unless you were an A student in your last degree, the ABSN is tough. I have a friend who is at Drexel right now and he complains about how stressful the ABSN is, and how he wishes he could have gone to a ADN/BSN/2+2 college for it. And the ADN isnt bad, if you have classes that match the BSN courses to your last degree, the college may transfer those credits in, for me, ill be earning my ADN and BSN at the same time because im doubling up classes. Might be a route to look at.