Easy Answer: Nope. It’s going to be hard but it’s never to late to learn.
More Detailed Answer: Throughout our school years we get caught up in playing outside with our friends, going to the mall, homework, and so on and so forth. While we may learn how to intially play or even just have music in lower level education, many forget or don’t practice and therefore forget. Taken from an article (found here):
“Playing music can invigorate you, relax you, make you laugh, be a friend when times are hard, bring back cherished memories, and also is a great vehicle to connect with other generations. Play a song for your parents and unlock long forgotten memories. Play along with your son and he may laugh at you, but he will also tell his friends that his Mom is cool.”
Is it going to be hard? Possibly. You will need to set aside a time to practice as well as take lessons. It’s all how you think of it. As a reminder (also found in the article above) music is not a punishment, it is a reward.
I hope this encourages you to pick up an instrument, new or old, and give yourself a reward!