Step 1: Get It All Out in the Open
Step 2: Set It Up
Step 3: Heat Things Up
Timing will also affect your yolks. If you like runny yolks pull it off the stove as soon as the bacon is done. If you like 'em solid, wait a couple minutes longer. Don't leave them on there too long or you will end up with yolks that are almost like damp powder in consistency.
When it looks like the second picture you are all set. Turn off the stove and run to your toaster.
Step 4: Toast: the Single Most Awesome Invention Since Sliced Bread
In case you can't tell, I really dig toast so I consider it a very important part of a meal. You should know how to make toast but just in case you don't:
1. pull out two slices of bread.
2. place one in each slot in the toaster.
3. depress the lowering mechanism. (as in push it down physically not as in tell it how it has failed in life)
4. Wait patiently.
5. Wait less patiently.
6. Hurl imprecations and threats at your toaster until it gives you the toast you so rightfully demand. (optional)
Step 5: Plate It
It ain't pretty but damned if it isn't tasty. The food is now ready to be devoured. Devour it.
Step 6: Last Notes
I am not responsible if you are hurt, maimed, killed, or financially ruined in the making of this awesome meal. Good luck.