Take the bitter with the sweet. Prov. Accept adversity as well as good fortune, as in: If you intend to get married, you must be prepared to take the bitter with the sweet. This idiom is dating from the late 1300s. It was first recorded in John Heywood's 1546 proverb collection. (The American Heritage® Idioms Dictionary).

A couple of weeks passed by and we are eager to update you on everything we've been working on. This is going to be a big update so after reading you will know exactly where we are on our Infento journey, where we are going and when. We have a lot of positive things to share with you but unfortunately as you could probably deduct from the title and the first paragraph not every topic will be a good news show this time.