I agree with the others for all the same reasons.
You can take one or two classes per semester/quarter to get all your prerequisites out of the way and then dive into the actual nursing courses if you want to do it slowly.
Besides that, you can see if you will enjoy school again and how it affects your home-time...
My former Mother-In-Law received her LPN in 1970, her ADN in 1975, and her BSN in 1981 at the ripe age of 53. She never regretted it once. My Father-In-Law always called it her "insurance policy" and strongly encouraged me to get my BSN too! He was so very proud of her!
Go for it! You'll never know if you don't try. Besides that, sometimes a little voice is speaking to us (like in your case-- deep interest in obtaining your BSN) for an important reason that we will not understand until years down the road.
No knowledge is ever put to waste!
Good luck with your decision!